Parents traveling to Johannesburg for work is a leading cause of the disintegrating family units in South Africa. In Muzi's latest music video for "Stimela Segolide," the music maker creates a visual representation of this through animation and music.
The song doubles as the title of Muzi's latest EP. In the track, he comments on the migrant labor system of Apartheid and its impact on families. The music video follows the stories of different types of migrant workers. For instance, the first few frames acknowledge the miners and farmers, while the remainder of the video follows the story of a young girl who grows up to become a domestic worker for a white family.
Co-directed by ByLwantsa, Muzi has put forward a music video that is both quirky in style and necessary in its message. Take a look at his latest visual offering below!