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Nadia Nakai’s ‘More Drugs’ Music Video Makes Its Debut On TV Despite Criticism

Nadia Nakai’s ‘More Drugs’ Music Video Make Its Debuts On TV Despite Criticism. Good news! you can now catch More Drugs on Television.

The award winning rapper Nadia Nakai was caught up in the situation where none of the broadcasting platforms wanted to play her song More Drugs or play music video. Despite being shunned off air plays she made the video and to even more surprise he portrayed a plot that had most presume it wouldn’t be on TV.

The title of the song made stations decide against playing it as it would be percieved as a promotion of drug use. Seeing how common drug use has been, it would’ve resulted to complaints from BCCSA (Broadcasting Complaints Of South Africa).

The newly released music video showcases murder scene with blood and hiding of the body, as disturbing most may think it is, it is now standing at over 50 000 views on YouTube. Reaching that number is proof of how loved it is.

“I had trouble getting the song played a lot of stations had a problem with the word drugs on the song, even took the word out and resubmitted, buut  so decided to do what I want with the video… I’m hoping Kreatures will be that tho! It’s gonna be the next single,” wrote.

To celebrate even more at how great her art is performing the rapper just found her music video which has been banned by some station on TRACE channel. The music video channel became the first one to air the song and video.

“Obviously I am not a drug addict, but it’s going through heartache that makes you want to take something to numb the pain, because it is not subsiding or going away,” she clarified.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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