Pharuk Jbreal – the name that was all over the news last week over one of Sarkodie’s secret experiences that went viral on social media, news websites and newspapers. “Pressure” featuring Tijani and Cabum – the song that caused a lot of political controversies was also released by him a few weeks ago.
At long last, the visuals for the airwave hacked song is here to hit your screens. The afrobeat song overwhelmingly took over the airwave on most of the popular local radios and entertainment blogs within a few days of release. No wonder the video received over 5,000 views within two days after release. The video, directed by Eddie Kay Mensah of Time LeX Pictures has nothing to further elaborate on because it was perfectly shot.
The location perfectly matches the storyline/concept because, the song talks about difficulties that the world is facing – food, water, shelter, wealth, robbery, corruption, autocratic governance, fake prophesies by fake pastors and so on. The location included mechanic shops, bus stops and wrong car parks, streets, vendor’s points, ghettos, etc. Everyone at those locations got singing along whiles Pharuk Jbreal, Tijani and Cabum unleash the power.
Although, the locations should have been the biggest headache for the director but it seems wrong – ideally, the picture quality covered it up. That’s a great input by the director.
Finally, the simple choreographic performance from the dancers isn’t bad at all. They were on point with the Azonto and Alkayida moves.
The video features cameos from Qweci formerly known as Ded Buddy and Yaa Pono. The song was produced by Cabum for Xcess Entertainment Group. Hope Jbreal has come to stay. Enjoy the video but don’t forget to share!