The last time the public got a music video from uSanele, he debuted "AmaAmabhodlela" with the Boyz N Bucks crew. Today, he has debuted his latest visual offering for "Skellies" featuring 45 Degrees, better known as Didi Monsta, and Windows 2000, otherwise known as Nokana Mojapelo.
In the music video, 45 Degrees and Windows 2000 are pictured arriving at an empty plot, emerging from a tricked out vintage car with suicide doors. Dressed in all black and dragging a shovel, Windows 2000 proceeds to dig a shallow grave. After completing the task, the pair sip from a skull-shaped bottle, then offer the contents to uSanele, depicted as a dead man in a casket. The liquor revives him and the three continue to perform their song, "Skellies."
The music video makes use of the popular VCR edit featuring low lighting as well as flashing lights. Directed by TK Mogotsi, the video keeps your attention and climaxes with a burning coffin. With this being said, let us know what you think of the "Skellies" music video below!