There are a plethora of intricacies when it comes to coupling with a public figure. This is particularly precarious when it comes to dating musicians. In Kly's latest music video for "Red Box," the music man gets into what it's like to be in a toxic relationship. The video opens with an argument between Kly and his love interest then quickly turns to the women-filled front row of one of his shows. This juxtapositioning is just one illustration of what it's like dating a man in hip-hop...you may be his girl, but he's always their favourite man.
The video continues to illustrate the back and forth between the couple. A clear sexual attraction, at times, coming across as ardent, is the overall spirit of their relationship. In the song, Kly sings about how they lust after each other, then follow up with an argument, and later proceed to "make up" in the most pleasurable sense of the term. However, it's clear by the hook that they both understand that there isn't exactly a sense of 'exclusivity' to the relationship. Directed by Nigel Stockly, this video is a great follow up to "Umbuzo."