Fresh and Popping: May edition

11 May 2020 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE
WINDHOEK

From a body of work, to trendy singles complemented by stunning visuals, this month Namibian artists are serving the music community with fire tunes.
Here are some blazing tracks you should check out.

Falling - King Gucci
Premiering this morning on YouTube, the music video for Falling has garnered almost 7 000 views in just a few hours.
Shot by The Greenade Company and directed by Abula, the video complements the song with stunning shots of Windhoek’s scenery as King Gucci confesses his love to model Saarty, who stars as his girlfriend.
It’s a beautiful love song with the potential to stay on the charts for weeks.

Levitate - DJ Shoza featuring Natalia Mabaso
Following his successful single Baksteen, Gazza Music Production (GMP) signee DJ Shoza is back with another smash hit, this time featuring South Africa’s Natalia Mabaso.
Levitate is available for streaming on popular music sites Deezer, Apple Music, Tidal and more.

Generator - Amazonkies featuring King Elegant
Northern trio Amazonkies shared a teaser video for Generator this morning.
Speaking to tjil, the group said they will share the full video today, so keep an eye on their YouTube channel.
Produced by Global Solon and VDKEI CrazyBoy, Generator is a truly collaborative song, taking into consideration how many creatives were involved in making this banger.

Wish You Were Here - Lioness
Wish You Were Here is the lead single and title track off Lioness’ sophomore album, which was released on Friday, 8 May.
Shot in the Cape Town, the stunning video also premiered on Friday and has so far been viewed almost 4 000 times.
Wish You Were Here was shot by Marlon and Keaton du Plooy, while the rapper’s sister - DJ, producer and model Gina Jeanz - is credited as an assistant videographer.

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