Buffalo Souljah Is Living A Soft Life In Cape Town

The rapper was recently hard at work filming the music video for his hit track Irie.

By  | Oct 14, 2020, 08:33 AM  | Buffalo Souljah  | Top of the

Award-winning musician Buffalo Souljah, is having the best time of his life in South Africa and with the lockdown, restrictions eased, his soft life has everyone in envy mode.

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The musician recently visited Cape Town to work on a music video with one of the country's most gifted rappers Youngsta CPT. The two recently dropped a hit track Irie and they have been hard at work filming the video.

It is no secret that the Covid-19 pandemic has affected several industries especially the entertainment industry, but as the number of cases has slightly dropped, things are slowly opening up In Mzansi and most artists have been able to start working again and film their music videos.

Buffalo Souljah recently took to Instagram to share that they were shooting a music video of the track.  The musician shared beautiful visuals from their music video shoot and said the video will be dropping soon.



The musician has been serving us with some great content from his Cape Town trip from watching the sea, to indulging in some nice food and going out to explore the Mother City, it is clear that he is having a great time.

Buffalo recently hanged out with SA media personality Bonang Matheba who also recently visited Cape Town. The musician recently signed a deal with Jamaican stable Natural Bond Entertainment and Sponge Music.

Speaking to The Herald Arts, Buffalo said he has always wanted to conquer the world and spread his wings across the world.

“I have always wanted to man an international breakthrough and I am glad that it is shaping up now with more music to come. 

“As an artist, expanding my global appeal and reach has always been my wish. 

“I won’t stop working hard so that I reach out to many people and put Zimbabwe on the world map through music,”
told the publication.

The musician recently dropped his album and he shared how excited he is about it.

"I'm super excited about this project yet filled with anxiety ‘really feels like it’s my first. I promise you all sorts of moods in this project this is going to be JUMBO BROBDINGNAGIAN you are going to be thrilled by the creativity in the artistry in this Album. Once again please allow me to say thank you for all the love and support God knows how much I appreciate love you guys 16 September by hook or by crook by fire or by force," he wrote.

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