You can’t imagine this, Rema as the pump attendant? I must say, her dimples in this video would make a man take a full-tank. Was the pump attendant attire the artistic way to hide the pregnancy bulge? If yes, then that overall did the magic.
Is it a mere coincidence or is that the new trend of having music videos begin off with a car being driven in a deserted land somewhere with the sky locking itself with the ground? Try to watch the very first seconds of Muchuzi, then watch Love You Every day and you will get the point. Let’s call it mere coincidence, after-all, Muchuzi was shot first.
This music video brings out the Ugandan connection. I am particularly impressed by the storyline, Rema as a fuel pump attendant not mindful of the guy in the Toyota Canter truck. Poor guy keeps crying out loud to be served by this girl who’s lost in thoughts waiting for her white knight. You should notice the look on Rema’s face when she finally decides to pay attention to this broke guy. She’s very disinterested. Soon, Rema’s muchuzi appears in a Jeep Wrangler and the blushes, the glances were those only worthy to be given to a real muchuzi.
The entire storyline could be summarised in a few words; “a rich man comes around, doesn’t buy any fuel, picks up the female attendant from her workplace and off they go to probably enjoy the money that the poor guy in a Canter gave them.”
You will love the highway road scenes, with the greenery hanging by the sides as the sun sets, this moment was very romantic. Then the different camera angle shots, and the chivalrous displays at the end – all this makes a four star video.