Exit Taps Thunder Thighs As His Next Music Video

The rapper confirms upcoming visuals for the single.

By  | Feb 07, 2021, 10:41 AM  | David "Exit" Shikalepo  | Top of The

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Exit shook the music streets this past week following the reception of his latest collaborative album with fellow musicians including, DJ Kboz and Samuel Ngodji titled “Die Hele Box.” The album marks the successful partnership with record label, Living The Dream. It takes going on to Exit’s Instagram page to see that the success of the album is shared by all that were involved in the making, and that the relationship between the collaborators has created a fraternity rather than the a rivalry between the now brothers. 

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The continued positivity that the album is receiving is despite the bumpy start to what became the surprise release of the album- including the musicians and everyone involved in the making of the album. This is after the Exit took to social media to confirm that the album was leaked ahead of its official release. The musician was not happy and said as much on Twitter when he was reported to have written on the Twitter account that posted the leaked link: 

“He is a step into the wrong direction. I will make it my mission to arrest he’s Punk ass. My videos can have 600,000 views and he will have one with 500,000 views as well, meaning I’m a million something views worthy. but stolen by him. I’ll get him! Just watch.”

Recently, the “Forever” musician took to Twitter and in what he suggested was a rare occurrence posted the download link for “Die Hele Box,” asking that his fans continue to support the album. The post had a comical caption to showcase the bashfulness of Exit and the post, despite the reception to the project. Moreover, his followers took to the comments section to make it clear that they were not bothered and that it is only natural that he promotes an already “fire” certified project. 
Moreover, the controversial artist confirmed that the lead single of the album will continue to be the already popular hit single, “Thunder Thighs.” His confirmation post came as the musician took to Twitter to ask his followers what they would like to visuals for the single have or incorporate. The most obvious response was that the music video should definitely incorporate the title of the song in the music video- and a lot of it.
But it seems that the music video director had already received the memo should the teaser on Instagram be an indication of the visuals. Exit; Mr-Say-It-With-His-Chest posted what looks like a behind-the-scenes images of from the music video shoot, which features a host of women dressed in similar outfits surrounding the musician in promotion of the single.

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