The video debuts with a classical guitar play and a medium shot of a wall art, most probably a gift from someone special.
There fades in a picture of roses on an unmade bed and white pillows, to bring in the texture of love and romance in an unstable condition.
With a deep sweet alto Pryshon blends in, “Nikikuona, na yule mwingine, moyo wangu wazama, nabaki kushika tama, ninapowaza, tulivyopendana, machozi yanitoka sana, cha kufanya sina… (When I see you, with the other (chic), my heart sinks, I remain frustrated thinking about how we loved each other. Tears drop and I can do nothing…)”
The song about love gone sour utilises medium shots to project remorse at some point after break-up.
However, as Pryshon raises her intonation to bring the memories another picture is created, a picture of restless couple that never saw peace in their relationship.
“Penzi letu laana, kushinda tukizozana, kweli mnapendana, lakini bado nakupenda, usiku na mchana… Our love was a curse, always quarreling. For sure you love each other, but I still think about you, every night and day),” sings Pryshon, as she debuts the chorus. At this time, the videographer takes us from the bed scene where the first verse is done to a club setting, to lense the memories and the current situation.
The four-minute video talks about the many ignored chances given during hay days. The girl is now regretting and wishing she had another chance. The man moved on and has another girl.
The ex-girlfriend, who is the character in the song, decides to take the bull by it’s horns and ask for a second chance even as the current girlfriend watches.
Will the man accept? Make sure you have a glimpse of the masterpiece.
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