Bounty Killer, Cham, and Dexta Dap’s music video for the lovers’ track, Slow Motion, was released with a sultry display of what dancehall looks like. Slow Motion was released by Madhouse Records via Dave Kelly.
The music video was shot at an event, and the camera rotated back and forth from the patrons to the dancehall artistes.
The single scene, music video, which opens with clips of the partygoers and progresses to Dexta Daps before moving to Bounty and then Cham, is full of grinding and risqué dance moves as women, such as Jada Kingdom, dress proactively and gyrate on the men in, as the song states, “slow motion.”
“Candlelight and red wine, petals on the bed. Baby, give me loving mek mi nearly lose mi head,” Dexta Daps sings smoothly on the slow beat, which picks up the tempo when Bounty Killer delivers the verse, saying, “We went for dinner and a walk. A bun a spliff, and we a lovey-dovey talk…”
Similarly to Dexta Daps, Bounty Killer sings about the night he and the female will have, and Cham does the same, describing how he and the female “slow it dung” and get “very, very rude.”
The video has amassed over 3.1K likes since being posted hours ago. Viewers reacted to the video by saying, “This baddd me like IT,” ” I love this,” and “This tuff yf.”
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