In 'Khartoum,' the capital of Sudan, Bas, who hails from this city, showcases his thoughtful and versatile wordplay. The song speaks to the challenges he and his community in Khartoum face.
Bas also shared on his Instagram post, "I find it hard to look at these pictures, they remind me of a lifetime’s worth of stories and lessons my parents, as well as the local community, imparted on me. Stories of our traditions, our heritage, our lineage, and our pride lays here in the lands of our forefathers. The sacrifices our elders made to give us a chance at a better life, the selfless acts my parents undertook to insure I would always know where I’m from and the lands to which I must return. To understand that we’ve been granted a more bountiful life but all those roads lead home. To aid, to uplift, to use what powers Allah has granted us for the betterment of our people."
Listen to ‘Khartoum’ here:
At the beginning of the music video, the phrase “We Only Talk About Real Shit When We’re Fucked Up” appears on the screen, accompanied by scenes reminiscent of Dreamville, Bas's hometown.
Bas embarks on a heartfelt journey through his community, spreading love and capturing the essence of close-knit relationships.
He retraces the footsteps of his youth, reminiscing about his childhood, and the video provides glimpses into treasured moments with him and his loved ones.
Watch the music video for ‘Khartoum’ below:
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