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Yung Swiss drops long awaited video for Don’t Go There ft Frank Casino

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Multi-talented hip hop sensation and often acknowledged as being one of SA’s game changing artists, Yung Swiss, has released much anticipated visuals for his hit single titled Don’t Go There featuring Frank Casino.

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Due to the popular traction and demand that the single has received, Yung Swiss has decided to release Don’t Go There visuals and you can expect to see the music video on your favourite music channels very soon.

Watch Don’t Go There music video here: 

Don’t Go There is a captivating and memorable song which fits any season as Yung Swiss continues to take the music industry by storm with his inimitable unique sound. The song combines superb lyrical prowess, melodious vocals and sees both artists deployed their musical arsenal to bare.

“For some time now, our mentions have been flooded with tweets by fans requesting for this music video, since we dropped the teaser. So, Frank and I felt that it’s only right we gave it to them. I loved making this record & even more, the one-shot music video. It was a dope experience,” expresses Yung Swiss.

The South African hip hop recording artist, singer, songwriter and performer has managed to carve out a niche and following for himself on the very competitive hip hop circuit. With such masterclass jams as The High and For The Nation, many have predicted that Yung Swiss will someday definitely share the slice on the global stage.

Yung Swiss is turning a completely new chapter in his career as he prepares to release his highly awaited debut studio album. The album is earmarked to drop in the last quarter of 2018.

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Era Baloyi

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Era Baloyi is a Copywriter, Social Media Manager, Public Relations and Communications practitioner who is Co-Founder and CEO of Fame Africa TV. He's been with Fame Africa TV since 2014 and he's seen how the magazine grew. He focuses more on entertainment, music and movie reviews.