The Kaptivating Kappa Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha just dropped a cypher video and we at Watch The Yard absolutely LOVE IT.
The Kappa Upsilon Chapter of the sorority’s video is packed with amazing visuals as well as the style, class and confidence that the women of Alpha Kappa Alpha exude.
The video, which was made as part of a collection of cypher videos from all of the Black greek orgs on campus, is shot with better quality than some of the music videos done by signed rappers nowadays.
Watch the full video that was shot by @__instagraham___ and exclusivly released in conjunction with Watch The Yard below.
Chartered Sunday May 23, 1976, the Kappa Upsilon has a long history of serving the Valdosta State University campus and the Lowndes County community.
The chapter stands behind their mission of service, they recently donated backpacks and school supplies to a local elementary school so that students would have what they need for the upcoming school year.
They also assisted the incoming freshman class by helping them find their classes so that they are ready for their first day of college.
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