The music video “Bounce” deluxe version is a high bill clip shot in the streets of South Africa, by the production house “Studio Space Pictures” led by Monirul Islam based in Johannesburg. The song originally interpreted with the Cameroonian singer LOCKO who is also co-author, is contained in the album Soldier Like My Papa, a 16 tracks album with 2 bonus tracks and rich collaborations with people like the Ghanaian Sarkodie, Ice Prince and even Cameroonian Claude NDAM.
In this colorful video, we see an authentic and eye-catching Stanley ENOW with his unique flow. The Cameroonian rapper for this occasion appealed to the South African rapper AKA real name Kiernan Forbes, who is also a producer from Cape Town and is recognized for his talent both behind the microphone and in musical composition. Also, you can get the voice of LOCKO that brings a touch of RnB. The singer who does not appear, also has a verse removed in this deluxe version. Two major facts that do not leave the biggest fans of urban music indifferent since the publication of this video.
Did LOCKO simply refuse to participate in this video? The management team of LOCKO with whom lebledparle.com had exchanges and says they discovered the shooting of this clip on Instagram, defends and tries to reassure the fans of LOCKO who question the absence of the author of Skyzo.
“According to our latest exchanges (with Motherland) they wanted us to contribute financially to this video with the pretext of visibility, something unacceptable knowing that we have no right to the song or album,” says Big Dreams Entertainment, the house which publishes and produces LOCKO. “We tried to find a compromise taking account of the opportunity it would give Locko and have proposed to pay our transportation costs to and fro. Following this proposal, we have not had any response. “” It’s Friday (May 27,) the clip release date on that MTV base that Motherland wrote in to announce that the video was shot without us. “
Approached to get their version of fact and comment on what is being said for several days on social media, stable Stanley Enow’s Motherland has always refused to meet Lebledparle.com. Three attempts both by telephone and web messaging have proven fruitless. However the only reaction from Motherland is that of Stanley Enow answering curious internet users. “#Locko Co-wrote and sang in #Bounce He spent sleepless nights for it. After one throws his work at the airport in Douala #Unbelievable“wrote a user on Twitter. ” “Langue de vipère! Que le Diable vous pardonne, Quand on oublie d’où on vient, Ame vendue, Bafoussam trahison.” replied Stanley ENOW.
“I remember when Margo made its media boom, Stanley Enow made an official announcement through his Twitter account and said ”Tell Locko that I want a collabo with him. ” After our teams met in Yaounde. He made me understand later that he had since decided to make a collabo with me, and it had nothing to do with the buzz of Margo, because I had already done a cover of his “Hein Pere” and had a lot of success. He had decided to do a collabo with me from this cover. ” entrusted Locko on August 23, 2015 after passing through the Urban Zik program on campus radio.
For the moment, Big Dreams has announced the release of the Sawa Romance video, and we hope any misuderstanding can be settled very fast. #Team237.
Enjoy Bounce below
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