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Gazza deals with break up in Shaya visuals

Snippets of what to expect from Shaya music video and which video will Gazza release next for two million views?

Gazza thanks Namibians for attending his concert. Photos: Unwrap.online

It seems like GMP king Gazza is not about to let us rest anytime soon. Having just blessed us with mighty performances from local and international acts at the #GazzaMilliConcert, the GMP founder Gazza dropped exciting news for his fans.

As seen on his social mediums, Gazza will be dropping his hit song, Shaya’s visuals on Friday. The song which is on his latest album Misunderstood features Nigerian star B-red who was one of the guests for the #GazzaMilliConcert. Seeing Friday is so far, we asked Gazza to give us facts on the music video to wet our lips in the meantime and here is what he said.


The Shaya music video was shot in Nigeria in one day. What is the concept of the video you might ask? Gazza says it was inspired by the lyrics.

“The song Shaya, in a nutshell, speaks about letting go of what has happened and looking forward to what the future holds. In the video, I am dealing with a breakup and we are chilling at a nice place with some girls so I am kinda looking at a future with one of them but who knows, it will all be out on Friday,” he says.

Asked if he will be gunning for a million views with Shaya music video, Gazza says is not intending on however should they happen then so be it.

“There is another music video that will be released around October and that will be our campaign for two million views,” he concluded.


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