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Lady Dyna ready to take industry by storm

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

Dainess Ziba popularly known as Lady Dyna has decided to go one up after recently releasing her new gospel song accompanied with fire visuals titled ‘Ama Ni Dabwisa’.

She did this under the DNAFF Entertainment music label at a video premiere event this past Sunday afternoon. The music video which was directed by Federico Gardin was shot in the heart of London with notable landmarks in the background such as the London Bridge as well as the London Eye and St Paul.

 “The reason why we shot it on London is that at the time I was staying there and I also wanted to create memories that can last a lifetime,” said Lady Dyna. The song, however, was recorded in Kenya under the Ogopa Inc staple which should not be confused with Ogopa Butterfly. 

“As DNAFF entertainment we strive ourselves to put the artists first that is why we work with them extensively. We will be releasing more music and more visuals leading up to Lady Dyna’s album release and other songs include, Pangono and Hambeleleni, which are all available on YouTube,” said Julian Mugabe.

 Shambo artist, Christmas, another artist under the music label also released his much-anticipated music video Ondelekelama, which was directed by Jzvitendo.

“The song is about love because sometimes we forget what love means and I wanted to take people back into time with this music video so I can remind them,” said Christmas, who was dressed by Zuluboy, the creative director of Gweri Vintage.

He also mentioned that the reason why his name is Christmas is that the Christmas holidays are times of happiness and he wants to be the embodiment of that word.  


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