Watch: Enzo's Bhiza Lives Up To The Hype

Having prepped his legion of fans to visuals debuting of his chart-busting single, Magate, with #MagateChallenge which set social media ablaze, Enzo Ishall disappointed the highly anticipating music lovers with a low budget video that could not even match some cellphone videos made by a few ladies who partook in the challenge.

Most reactions that followed the release of Magate official video pointed their preference of raunchy dancer, Beverly “Bev” Sibanda, who had overshadowed all the #MagateChallenge partakers, to Kikky Badass who starred in the official music video. 

But in his latest visuals for Bhiza, the Chiita Kwacho hitmaker appears to have learnt his lessons as he has delivered a well-tailored piece of art while rectifying the challenges that marred Magate.

The Magate video which was directed by Vusa “Blaqs” Hlatshwayo, was met with other controversies besides its poor quality and production. It evidently exposed intellectual property infringement of Boss Pumacol’s “Zvirikutamba Zvega” which was directed by  Gerald “Zezuru” Mushure of Studio Art Pictures (SAP) Africa.

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The plagiarism was a clear show of Blaqs’ little commitment to Enzo Ishall’s project if Magate video is to be juxtaposed with Jah Prayzah’s Kunerima visuals that Hlatshwayo directed soon afterwards, a challenge Enzo has rectified in his latest project.

For Bhiza's production, Enzo abandoned Blaqs for Studio Art Pictures (SAP) Africa.

The video is evidently not of a straining budget but this did not affect the video's visual quality or creativeness of the video director, contrary to Blaqs' excuses.

Unlike Magate that was met by mixed feelings, it is all hail to Bhiza visuals in the comment section below the video.
 
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Written by:
Lemuel Chekai