Fresh and popping: Music video edition

Hottest music videos in Namibia this week

17 May 2021 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE

WINDHOEK

Ethanje – TopCheri and Manxebe
TopCheri and Manxebe last Saturday released visuals to their latest single ‘Ethanje’ lifted off their joint album, ‘Ghetto Love.’ Shot by Spectrum Media and directed by Mepani Mbainjikua, the wedding-themed video has garnered over 50 000 views on YouTube in two days.

Open Up – Ethnix
Duo Ethnix, made up of Etjo and Page, last week unleashed visuals to their second single for 2021. ‘Open Up’ is another Spectrum Media production which keeps raking in the views on YouTube. It seems Namibian artists have identified that there is a market for wedding songs as this is another wedding-themed track shot in different locations including Windhoek, Rundu and at the coast.

Checka Aakwaita – Phatboy Lutor featuring DJ Flow and Krumblez
Sticking to a black and white theme for his music videos, rapper Phatboy Lutor on Friday, 14 May, released visuals to ‘Checka Aakwaita’. For this track, the rapper roped in DJ Flow and Krumblez on features.

Segue – Hertha Elama
Hertha Elama is relatively new on the music scene but her talent is refined and refreshing. ‘Segue’ showcases the beauty of Namibian landscapes with drone shots. It is impressive seeing a new artist invest in their visuals to complement their song.



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