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Koffee Releases the Video of Her New Song “Lockdown” Featuring Skillibeng, Popcaan & More

The Grammy award winning youngster Koffee is at it again and this time she has surprised her fans with a video to her banger – Lockdown. The Reggae singer hasn’t stopped working and this time the fruits of her labor is the video that most of her fans cant seem to get enough off.

The star studded video which featured other reggae and hip-hop artistes like Popcaan, Skillibeng, Creep Chromatic and Dre Island was shot in a scenic background depicting Jamaican culture and lifestyle with a touch of affluence which the exotic and beautiful automobiles and condos that dotted the video did not fail to capture.

Though she managed to keep the video under wraps while shooting it but bits and pieces of the clips made its rounds a while back and social media was abuzz with talks from fans on what to expect from the Star Kid.

Directed by Koffee, Yannick Reid and Habibi the video was shot across a variety of locations which includes the streets and the beach(typical of Jamaican songs). The video opens up with Koffee pulling up in her fast car(Range Rover) to meet up with her compadres and then they move on to the beach to continue with the party.

The music has an upbeat tune to it and with the dance and gyrations of the cast of the video, it could easily pass of for a dancehall song. Koffee didn’t disappoint on this one as she the tune and beat to the song is so infectious to keep supporters dancing and grooving to her song.

The song ends in a scenic picnic with the gang on an island which features volcanic background and black sand beaches where they continue with their funtime and the video ends with her in a boat slowly vibing to the ending tunes of her music.
All in all the video was a great one and we are expecting a whole lot more from the youngster.

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