T.O.K And Wayne South At Odds Over Music Video
Popular dancehall group T.O.K. is fuming over an issue with music video director Wayne South.
According to the group, South was paid a sum to produce a video for their single Friend For Life on the Cash Flow produced Good Friends Riddim. However, the group said the video is not forth coming.
“Yuh have some youth out deh weh a some con artist who only a pose as video directors. Wi give him (South) some money fi deliver a video an all now di video cyaan deliver. If yuh a do yuh ting yuh do yuh ting professionally,” said Craigy T, a member of T.O.K.
Craigy T said they paid South for the video that was shoot in Portmore earlier this year, but has not seen the final product or able to contact the director.
“All now him nuh deliver, him owe wi a video or wi money. We get whole heap of stories bout hard drive crash an dis an dat. We tried to contact him several times, well not us, our road manager through emails and several phone calls,” he said.
South is known for music videos such as Vybz Kartel’s Life Sweet and Trailer Load A Money, Portmore Empire’s Remand Medley and Anthony B’s Mama Don’t Worry No More.