Tyla Incorporates Home Country South Africa Into New 'Jump' MV Featuring Gunna and Skillibeng

The 'Truth or Dare' singer recruits the 'One of Wun' spitter and the 'Whap Whap' artist to shoot the official visuals in her home country South Africa together.

AceShowbiz - Tyla has unleashed the official music video for her collaborative song with Gunna and Skillibeng titled "Jump". In the newly-released visuals, the "Truth or Dare" singer features the "One of Wun" spitter and the "Whap Whap" artist.

On Monday, May 20, the 22-year-old Grammy-winning South African singer launched the official MV on YouTube. In the beginning of the video, it can be seen that she sits down in a backyard while an unidentified woman is styling her long braided hair.

The 3-minute clip goes on to show Skillibeng squatting as he smokes a cigarette. He is documented hanging out with a number of men. As the camera zooms in at him, he raps, "Original gyal, you are no replica (no)/ Smooth, dean, no regular degular (no)/ Pretty for real and pretty pon my cellular (no)/ Mi know say ya hot (no)."

The footage further films Tyla standing on a balcony. She is dancing as she rhymes, "They never had a pretty girl from Jo'burg/ See me now and that's what they prefer/ I don't touch no wheel 'cause I gotta chauffeur/ First class, how I get 'round the world."

Later on, the "Water" songstress is seen sitting on the back of a vintage red car. In the meantime, Gunna is spotted driving the unique vehicle around a city in South Africa. The particular scene shows houses and buildings in the area.

As Tyla treats herself to a bag of snack, Gunna delivers his verse, "Only gotta make a call and I'm here (I'm here)/ Girl, I wanna know your vibe, oh, yeah (oh, yeah)/ Listen to me, I put some carats in your ear (in your ear)/ Make this stick jump, I want to put it in her rear."

After dropping the music video, Tyla received many positive comments from her fans. One in particular praised, "Wow finally an artist who shows other parts of South Africa not these American wannabe artists who always shoot their MVs in fancy places, you're here to stay."

Another chimed in, "I love the way that Tyla always finds a way to incorporate her home into her art. she will always be a pretty girl from joburg." A third gushed, "Tyla is THAT girl!!! She really did something for the culture here Can't be claiming to be a Jozi girl and not know the rough side of town. Shoutout to her and her team for always incorporating real and raw dipictions of SA but making it cinematic."

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