Upcoming young hip hop artist and rapper Ngoni Dondo, popularly known in the music industry as King 98, has unveiled his latest video release on a number of social media platforms such as YouTube titled Wacko featuring South African hip hop star Nasty C and Laylizzy.

In an interview with ZBC News in the capital, the 20 year old young music hip hop star says, the video which was shot in South Africa and in Mbare, Harare complements 15 tracks off his new album, Francesca.  And on why he named the album “Francesca”, he had this to say: “Francesca is the name of my mother and I am paying tribute to her for all the support she gave me as a young kid and as I found my way in this music business.”

King 98 says the musical video is an effort to encourage all age groups, especially youths, to work hard and never give up on their dreams.

“Above all I am thankful to my father Thompson Dondo who believes in me and has given me his support. My new musical video was inspired by the late musical icon Michael Jackson, hence the title Wacko.”

He also encouraged young artists to take education seriously, adding that prayer is his secret weapon to success. Some of king 98’s songs are already on South African channels, including the regional urban music channel MTV base and YouTube. Recently, he performed at the Africa-Canada Summer Festival in Toronto.

King 98 has recorded collaborations with international artists including Nasty C, Davido and Casper Nyovest and is currently working on other videos on his latest album titled Francesca.

Most of the songs on Francesca were produced by music producer Alie Keys. Some of them include Born To Win, Shoko featuring ExQ, Pardon Me and No Bad Vibes featuring Davido.

King 98‘s latest video, Wacko, is already trending and available on YouTube and is commanding a sizeable number of viewer hits.