Zlatan’s latest single, “Quilox”, marries the rapper’s accomplished pop credentials with his ability to distil his surroundings into captivating narratives. Inspired by the temporary shut down of the popular Lagos club of the same name back in December, Zlatan raps about the limited extent of solidarity. The song finds him equating other night clubs remaining opened while Quilox was shut down with the fickleness of supposed friends, especially during times of trials.
Since its release, “Quilox” has grown into a street hit, and the ‘Zanku’ rapper is continuing promotion efforts with an accompanying set of visuals for the single. The Naya-directed video for “Quilox” captures Zlatan’s playful energy as he performs his set in the company of models while riding in a luxury vehicle. The song’s conceptual arch is also depicted in a simulated poker game among friends, where one of the participants is caught stealing a credit card and is dealt with like a thief.
Watch the video for “Quilox” here.
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