The top 5 music videos South Africans are watching right now


Cape Town – We looked at the top five music videos South Africans are watching right now on YouTube and its interesting mix of all genres. 

There's a local hip-hop video that's only been out for a matter of hours and a few international pop hits that have been out for days.

Expect everyone from Kwesta to Taylor Swift to Justin Timberlake and more.

HERE ARE THE TOP 5 MUSIC VIDEOS SOUTH AFRICANS ARE WATCHING RIGHT NOW (*according to YouTube's trending list):

1. Kwesta - Spirit ft. Wale


2. Taylor Swift - End Game ft. Ed Sheeran, Future


3. Bruno Mars - Finesse (Remix) Ft. Cardi B


4. Justin Timberlake – Filthy


5. Jay-Z - Family Feud ft. Beyoncé


*This list only included music videos on YouTube’s trending list and was accurate at the time of writing. 




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