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Afro hip-hop rapper Pee-Kay turned on his swag in a brand spanking new video “Show Me Love” that features top Jamaican dancehall act, Busy Signal.

The riveting video was shot on location in Kingston, Jamaica, as well as South Africa. It opens with Pee-Kay and Busy Signal in a club bumping and grinding with the Jamaican video vixens. There is a lot of booty shaking and waist wriggling which takes place on the dance floor while Pee-Kay and Busy Signal sip on champagne sitting on the couch.

The jaw-dropping video set the bar high for Pee-Kay who is the first Zimbabwean rapper to collaborate with Busy Signal.

Imagine, Pee-Kay and his management had to travel to all the way to Jamaica for just the video shoot. And the effort did not go to waste as the video takes Zimbabwean swag on the international scene.

Besides the “Show Me Love” video, there is also a documentary on the D that highlights the rise of Pee-Kay as a solid performer, rapper and entertainer.

The documentary titled “Pee-Kay Unplugged” shows the dapper rapper performing in Harare with a live band for the first time.

He takes the audience through a catalogue of hit songs which they sing along to including the newly released songs such as “Kwakumberi”.

However, the documentary also serves to show Pee-Kay’s growing popularly since his breakthrough hit single “Ma1” featuring BaShupi.

By the there is a remix that features United Kingdom-based duo of BKay and Kazz, MMT, Pro Kid The Beat Boxer as well as yesteryear rapper David Chifunyise. The remix feels like an all-star line-up with all the artistes laying their verses with BaShupi on the hook.

Also on the D are other singles “Kwakumberi”, “Letting Go” featuring Simba Tagz and Speedy ex-Bongo Maffin member, “Blue Jeans” featuring Lil Ceey, and “Pee-Kay Unplugged”.

Last year, Pee-Kay toured the United States promoting his new EP called “Ma1” that features the hits, “Ma1” featuring BaShupi and “Letting Go” featuring Bongo Maffin’s Speedy.

Source : The Herald