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Why Locosound’s latest visuals are so familiar

Crispy clear and giving a vivid depiction of their lyrics, Locosunds duo is on the right path to setting a name for themselves in the music industry.

Made up of Phillz-K and Drawer aka Nghelo Yamkwamani, Locosounds are indeed wonders of local vocals as they refer to themselves. When it comes to delivering visually, they too have got that in the bag and the proof is in the pudding, their recent YouTube upload.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B1Ob1OWA-IC/

“We came with a hello effect. Our songs give a hit-vibe déjà vu. Our 18 track locomotive Knights album gave us a breakthrough, and we have recently added to the hit circle with the most dominating single hit Namene Ponathinge. Many have called us studio monsters,” they say.

Locosounds music video is a love story, where the boys have to please the parents of the potential bride by charming them.

“The music video tells the story of a girl I fell in love with and it happened that traditionally things are different from our modern customs. You have to do something for the girl’s parents. It is a well-directed piece with a vintage taste that goes outstandingly well with the effects incorporated by Mambas Mansions, you might want to tag Zulu Boy in this one,” says Nghelo Yamkwamani.

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