Black Sherif has finally released the official music video for his viral song Kwaku the Traveller.
Kwaku The Traveller since its release gained worldwide recognition, from topping charts locally and internationally to being the most shazamed song in the world. This is arguably one of the breakout star’s most emotional songs yet. Black Sherif’s newest work, ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ is the story about a young man struggling to make a life for himself.
Produced by Joker Nharnah, the official video was shot and directed by David Nicol-Sey. Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ Chronicles the woes of Greener Pastures.
Watch Kwaku The Traveller video Below
Kwaku The Traveller Music Video Scenes Breakdown
The idea is simply black Sherif experiencing different versions of himself through a series of abstract events.
- The press conference – Black Sherif is overwhelmed by everyone’s opinion and chooses to ignore the negativity as he moves on.
- The mothers praying – He then visits a group of spiritual mothers who shower him with their blessings as he journeys on. This symbolizes a Mother’s love and well wishes for their children.
- The tea party – An opulent black Sherif having a tea party with elite females. This illustrates Black Sherif being able to fit in any environment regardless of gender and status.
- The Fighting minions with pink bags – These minions represent Black sheriff’s haters and the state of confusion these haters exhibit amongst themselves while still keeping tabs on the Artist they claim to hate.
- The Interrogation characters – The industry gatekeepers trying so hard to find faults against black Sherif and would do anything to bring him now.
- The mob scene with the Silver characters – Black Sherif as the leader of the new generation of kids who do not conform and surrender to the old generation regardless of gender, class, or race. He leads the rebellion.
- The Lady in the gown – She’s his Guardian angel.
- The Red bag – Symbolises the Black sheriff’s essence as journeys through these abstract events.