Daniel Caesar and Mustafa Pay Homage To Their Properties of Sudan and Toronto in "Toronto 2014" Visible

Daniel Caesar has dropped off the accompanying music video for NEVER ENOUGH reduce, “Toronto 2014.”

Helmed by Trent Munson, the visible options collaborator Mustafa and makes use of residence movies shot in Sudan and Toronto as they pay homage to the great thing about their residence international locations. “This video explores residence, the concept that we’re neither international residents nor nomads; that we reside within the air between, questioning our dispensability in anyplace we’ve lived in,” Mustafa stated in a press release.

He added, “We travelled to Sudan final yr to witness a homecoming, the great thing about Sudan can’t be replicated. We had been met with such heat that you could possibly really feel in fragments on this video. Now, as generals senselessly battle & depart our nation in damage, one can’t assist however to think about all the type individuals and household who assisted us in our journey—the buildings which have collapsed, the timber that went in fireplace—donate what you possibly can to native efforts.”

Caesar may also be donating a portion of funds from the video’s income to Sudan Aid Fund, which aids in delivering rapid wants corresponding to meals, water, shelter and drugs to the native Sudanese individuals.

Watch Daniel Caesar’s “Toronto 2014” visible above.

Elsewhere in music, Kendrick Lamar and Child Keem dropped the video for “The Hillbillies.”