One of the most important musical voices to come out of South Africa in the twenty-tens has given us a 4 minute 15 seconds visual representation of the Ami Faku Effect in her debut music video offering for her latest single, Inde Lendlela.
Moving the nation since the release of Inde Lendlela last month, the music video captures the simplicity and raw emotion of Eastern Cape’s South African musical gem, Ami Faku.
Executive Produced by her managers from Vth Season, Ninel Musson and Raphael Benza, and directed by Jobie Bakama and Onka from award-winning agency, Callback Dreams, Ami Faku’s Inde Lendlela music video will be a catalogue treasure for years to come.
Having premiered on Channel O on Friday morning, Inde Lendlela is now available to watch on YouTube. Look out for a special cameo appearance by author Hakeem Anderson.
Watch Ami Faku – Inde Lendlela Official Music Video below:
“The love I’ve been getting since Friday for my music video is so overwhelming. I waited two years to put out Inde Lendlela and it’s very special that my first music video was done with this song,” shares Ami Faku.
With massive support from radio stations across the country upon its release, Inde Lendlela is pegged to be Ami Faku’s biggest single to date which speaks volumes as she has 5 Top 100 singles in the country currently.
The Inde Lendlela pseudo music video has already garnered 100 000 views on online.
With just three weeks to go until the release of Ami Faku’s highly anticipated debut album, Imali, make sure to pre-save/pre-add the album on all major digital platforms globally. Her singles Inde Lendlela, Ndikhethe Wena, and Ubuhle Bakho are now available, with a new single going live on the album this Friday.
Having recently performed at Rands to a crowd of 3000 people, Jazz On The Lake to 6000 people, Hauwei Joburg Day with The Kiffness to thousands of people and at industry event Moshito, Ami Faku is fast becoming a fan favourite on stage.
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Era Baloyi is a Copywriter, Social Media Manager, Public Relations and Communications practitioner who is Co-Founder and CEO of Quick Read Magazine. He’s been with Quick Read since 2014 and he’s seen how the magazine grew. He focuses more on entertainment, music and movie reviews.