Renown rapper Flex D’Paper sets out to change the Hip-hop game in this fresh video for his new song titled ‘Level Up’ – off the Kampala Boy album. Watch the video here first:

Flex D’Paper, real name Alex Julius Kwesigabo, is the CEO of his own music label, Rapaholix, which has been in existence for quite a while. His talent and humble personality have earned him a following from fans across the world.

His music resonates with the Hip-hop music fraternity and he is always working on something to add to his music arsenal, the latest of which is ‘Level Up’.

‘Level Up’, sang in Luganda and English, was produced by Mio Made at Icon Studios – a recording establishment located in Najjanankumbi owned by fellow rapper Navio Kigozi.

Shot in Dubai by UK-based director Eugene Lucas, the ‘Level Up’ video is one to marvel for the scenes, camera angles, and the general artistry that was embedded to relay the message in the lyrics.

It is one that could change the way Hip-hop videos are shot in Uganda and many shareholders in the genre are already impressed if we are to go by the reviews. Watch it below:

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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