Kwesta has been winning locally with his kasi-based music video Spirit and now crafted by workmanship will be appeared at the lofty Para-Site Art Gallery in Hong Kong.

The video will appear from June 16 to September 2, so in case you're that side soon you better go bolster the kid.

Kwesta revealed to TshisaLIVE that he was regarded to "convey the extremely South African story to the world.

Kwesta revealed that the video cost over R1-million to make, but said the coins were worth it.

“It was the people who pushed me to make the video. When I saw the reaction to the song, I knew it was special. I had to make something special to match the song. I needed to tell the story of South Africa in a way that hasn’t been done before.”

The video has become a national treasure but still lost out on a Sama recently. Kwesta was feeling some type of way about the loss but said that he was over it now.

“I have lost so many awards in my career and I know that there is nothing I can do about it. All I can do is make a product and it is up to the panel. I felt some kind of way about not winning. I felt strongly about it, especially for best video, but congrats to Rouge (who won the category).

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Source: EWN