St Lawrence University, Cameroon
A production of New Breed Africa, Godemma Productions, Double G Films & House of Echad in partnership with St. Lawrence University Institute, Ndop,
Tsulah IV (Heal the Land) showcases the cultural strength of Africa through its exhibition of the Togho and Ndop Cloth as well as the cosmetics, linguistic and interated yearning for peace.
Against a backdrop of despicable human corruption and evil practices, inner city decay and destruction of property, the Tsulah 4 music video projects an African fantasy tale in which Pharaoh still lives and his sorcerers still thrive.
The song is the cry of two voices that resonate deeply with existential questions.
It is gospel music before one listens, after which the song seems to take a shape of its own and scales new frontiers in shaming the devil.
The skillfully produced captures a battle between good and evil in its most abominable incarnation. The pleas of men for the intervention of the Supreme do not go unheeded, as even the devil knows how far he can grin in God's face without going unpunished.
Artistes: Zita Light & Bibi Love
Song Produced by Godemma
Video by Geraldrico Guevara and Rabbi Smith Cosmos
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