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Nadia Nakai and Vic Mensa finally release their ‘Practice’ visual [video]

23 April 2021 - 16:11

Nadia Nakai and Vic Mensa release their anticipated music video for ‘Practice’ taking SA and international collaborations to the next level.

Written by Ntsika Novoyi

After weeks of anticipation and hype built up by Nadia Nakai and Vic Mensa, the music video to her hit song, Practice, finally released, stunning a lot of both their fans.

How Nadia Nakai and Vic Mensa impressed with the ‘Practice’ visual

The song was one of her more popular tracks off the Nadia Naked II project that was released in 2020, so it was no surprise that the music video was expected for release.

The video starts with Nadia relaxing in a shark-infested pool (obviously CGI) before we get some cool shots of men working on some scaffoldings while alluring women twerk on the frames.

This is a pleasing shot as we get to see sparks pour out from where the men are working, creating a cool visual effect.

The Naaa meaan rapper goes off spitting her bars, having a cool shot of her doing her thing on a horse in front of a massive Roman pillar.

Vic makes his appearance known, spitting his verse alongside Nadia while also on horseback.

The video production for the visual is one of the cleanest from any South African artist with stunning shots, beautiful lighting, amazing visual effects, and creative set designs.

Check out the music video, now available on YouTube.

What was the reaction from their fans?

Of course, Nadia’s fans had been looking forward to this.

Fans had been begging for the visual of this particular song since the initial release way back in 2020.

It’s always great to see local musicians collaborate with international stars.

It’s an even better experience when a visual gets released between one of our own and any international acts like the time Nasty C released the King visuals with ASAP Ferg or Wale grooving with Kwesta on the Spirit video.

Fans of the two were seen giving mass amounts of praise on social media for the efforts of both artists.