I can only assume that this song is a track about dressing well.
You might not know what Boddhi Satva and Badi are saying in this song, “Kitendi,” but the visual tells you that there is a lot of flexing going on here. The song’s title means “clothes” in the Congolese language of Lingala. That’s the first clue. Also, the video features vintage styling by Amah Ayivi, the founder of Marche Noir. Not to mention it pays homage to a few fashion pioneers.
Central African, DJ and producer, Boddhi has been named “the founding father of ‘Ancestral Soul” by BBC. Badi is a Congolese-Belgian rap artist. Together, they turned this trap beat into something anyone can enjoy. Gilles Geek and Sam Lambert did an incredible job directing this video. Comment and let me know your favorite shot.