Whenever Uganda musicians travel, they often use that chance to record some music videos. John Blaq followed the same route. The problem with this route is that it confines the artist. Although one can have a new look and feel for the music video scenes, it also removes the freedom that comes from videos shot in Uganda.
For John Blaq, it is the storyline that is left hanging. He is forced to play with three outdoor scenes, make do with one vixen and then force everything to fit within this confined visual space.
It is not a video with a proper script. It is another of those do and move on kind of videos. It is to tick the box that Chai Mata after all was shot overseas (on budget). Minimalism can be good, but not the kind of minimalism that is dictated by a scarce budget. There is more to John Blaq and this video does not represent that!
– Ian Ortega
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