KENAKO Musik record label have dropped their much anticipated sizzling debut music video which features Rockford “Roki” Josphats and Enock “EXQ” Munhenga titled Alleluyah.
BY KENNEDY NYAVAYA
The international quality video, whose audio was produced by Oskid, had already accumulated more than 5 000 views online yesterday after 18 hours of release.
In an interview with NewsDay yesterday, Kenako Musik executive producer Desmond Gwaza said the stable is aiming higher as they seek to match international standards with all their productions.
“We produced this audio and video to improve on the local quality as well as try to meet international standards.
“The stable roped in these two stars who are also part of the stable because we felt they were the ones suitable for this particular video and fortunately it all worked out,” said Gwaza.
He said fans should expect to see the video on popular music station, Channel O, in the next fortnight while encouraging other stables to pump in generous funds in making videos so as to attract international viewership.
“Viewers should expect to watch this video on Channel O in the next two weeks. Personally I think local stables should stop making low cost budget videos because they do not have any impact on the international scene,” he said.
The video, which was directed by Andy Cutta, triggers a nostalgic thought of the days when the two juxtaposed their prowess to create an old hit titled Ndichakutevera.
Alleluyah is, however, a show of spectacular dance moves from the controversial but talented Roki along with a couple of other dancers entwined with love lyrics from EXQ.
The video shows dancers showcasing their exquisite dancing skills while complimenting Roki and EXQ in a seemingly underground secret and abandoned apartment.
Kenako Musik Studio has made a mark since its inception on the local scene late last year with their consistency churning out more polished productions especially in the largely followed Zimdancehall genre.