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Dee’A and Esmee collaborate on Rain

By Emilie Shimbali

Namibian Gospel sensation, Leopard Vatilifa well known as Dee’A has officially dropped a music video on YouTube for the song ‘The Rain’ featuring veteran singer Esme Katjikure.

The setting of the video is very generic and has a homey feel to it which makes it interesting to watch and according to Dee’A, the video entails a celebration of God’s blessing upon Namibia.

“It is all about rain as a blessing. For many years ago Namibia have not been receiving good rain, most farmers lost their animals due to severe draught and could not reap a bumper harvest but this year we received good rain and our water reservoirs got full,”

“You could tell a difference. So, I am happy about this and I want all people to celebrate the rain of blessings received I their lives all days,” Dee’A said.

He added that it is very important that people live happy, help others and never forget the blessings from God and urges Namibians to remain faithful and have hope to overcome the pandemic.

“We will be happy again, get out of our homes and celebrate together. It is a blessing that we are still living,” said Dee’A.

The video is Produced, directed and edited by Brown Klaxic, Dion PDK, Eric Mule and also features Fernando Drumking.

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