Through The Lens: Zamir teams up with Filmmaker Seun P. Opabisi for ‘Hate’ visuals

Zamir dropped his debut project #XXIII last year to critical acclaim with a lot of smash hits burning the play button on a lot of playlists. In typical Zamir mode, we didn’t hear from him till his guest appearance in Odunsi’s smash single ‘Alté cruise’ this year.

After his amazing performance at this summer’s Lemon Curd 3 where he promised us the rollout of more content in all forms from him and the entire LOS squad it seems he’s kept his promise.

On Friday a special screening was held at Severe Nature’s store for Zamir’s latest art piece, a visual story for his song ‘Hate’ of his project. It chronicles the life of a young Nigerian heartbroken by the system but fighting to survive any way he/she can. The visual masterpiece was brought into motion-picture by talented filmmaker Seun P. Opabisi, together with Zamir and guest feature Esojay, they moved through 1004, a Chinese restaurant, the local streets and lastly a pork factory collecting ‘Hate‘ money.

This is one of the best videos out this year with its excellent cinematography giving a side of Lagos most shy away from, a tale of harsh realities and truth.

Watch the video below:

Adedayo Laketu

Adedayo Laketu is a creative inventor who's interested in curating a New Age for Africa across all mediums.

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