We were struck by the third installment of Nhoroondo, taken from the Gwara album.
This is perhaps the most emotional yet and yet the least cared for.
The lengthy setup at the beginning of the intent isn’t clear until you’re immersed in the video, which leaves one slightly confused. Start telling a little later when we see what the intent was.
Its greatest saving grace is the finale, which gives you some comfort for having spent a full seven minutes before watching. It’s a reward, but the path is clunky, which is a little annoying.
Now we await the resolution.
There might be some Easter eggs in there. What is the purpose of the old woman, unless it is a narrative device? Also, did this set it up? Hold on as the song used for the season finale of History.
Farai Chapoterera writes again with Vusa ‘Blaqs’ Hlatshwayo videos as usual.
Watch the video of Ndichiyamwa by Jah Prayzah (History Chapter 3 – off Gwara Album)
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