DaddyCap, SonaOne, TujuLoca and Zynakal conspire to rob Wall Street in ‘AYAH’ music video

Written by on 13/01/2022

DaddyCap, SonaOne, TujuLoca and Zynakal

Malaysian rapper DaddyCap has shared a new music video for his latest single, ‘AYAH’ featuring SonaOne, TujuLoca, and Zynakal.

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The track – currently only available on YouTube – arrived on the streaming platform on Wednesday (January 12). Directed by DaddyCap himself, the ‘AYAH’ music video sees the rappers plot a Wall Street heist in order to pay off a mafia boss.

‘AYAH’ kicks off with a verse from DaddyCap – real name Ariz Ramli – followed by solo verses from SonaOne, Zynakal, and TujuLoca respectively. Ramli and SonaOne handled production and co-wrote the lyrics together.

Watch the music video for ‘AYAH’ below.

 

Prior to the song’s release, DaddyCap took to Instagram to share that the track was recorded just two days before its release, followed by the filming of its music video the next day.

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‘AYAH’ marks the first release under Ariz Ramli’s DaddyCap persona. Prior to the release, he was known as Caprice but changed it in December, according to a Kosmo Malaysia report.

‘AYAH’ is also the first single SonaOne has been involved in for 2022, following his November 2021 single ‘Sape Kata’. Meanwhile, TujuLoca (aka TUJU) of Sabahan rap crew K-Clique released his debut solo album, ‘TUJU UNTUK KAMU 18/19’ on January 4.






In mid-December, Zynakal featured on the single, ‘High Land’ with MDA and Boy Tasik. In September, he collaborated with Yonnyboii and Asyraf Nasir for ‘Tak Sangka’. Last November, SonaOne released his sole single of 2021 in ‘Sape Kata’.

The post DaddyCap, SonaOne, TujuLoca and Zynakal conspire to rob Wall Street in ‘AYAH’ music video appeared first on NME.


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