South African rapper Mr Heinz has finally dropped visuals for his latest single, “Spanga,” featuring Maglera Doe Boy. The song is the first lead single from his latest 6-track project, “Bishop Lavis.”
“Spanga,” which means “work” in South African slang, is a song that celebrates the hustle and grind of the working class. Mr Heinz and Maglera Doe Boy wanted to do something unique but also meaningful with the song, and they chose to go with this topic.
“People try everyday to put the work in whether it’s having fruit stalls, spas shops or take aways. We grew up among those elements and that’s what ‘Spanga’ is about,” Mr Heinz shares.
The music video for “Spanga” is a visual celebration of the working class. It features people from all walks of life working hard to make a living. The video is also a showcase of South African culture, with traditional clothing, food, and music all on display.
Mr Heinz is one of the most exciting new rappers in South Africa right now. He is known for his unique style and his ability to tell stories through his music. His latest project, “Bishop Lavis,” is a must-listen for fans of South African hip hop.
Watch the music video for “Spanga” here:
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