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Lioness stoked for first international video drop

Switch It Up visuals coming out soon and Lioness is thrilled!

She is surely showing that she is a game changer and hard work pays offs always and we couldn’t help but share her excitement and joy as her latest project will soon drop.

We love sharing in our talents happiness because it is our win too! This time we are gushing over Lioness’ first international music video that is soon to drop. The rapper who is the first Namibian hip hop artist to feature on Coke Studio Africa took to her Instagram to share that the video to the single which features Boity and Nazizi will soon be out.

In an emotional Instagram post Lioness wrote:
“Don’t you ever let em tell you-you ain’t good enough” Because you are! Your dreams need you to constantly nurture them! BELIEVE IN YOUR SELF,”


Lioness also let us peep her video swag and makeup look in three pictures she uploaded and we are lit.

The styling for the video that is directed by@a_tlla was done by @sishi.express, makeup by @nikkipitso, her hair @emms_beauty_parlour


Lioness has definitely won over the hearts of Namibians and they couldn’t hide their joy as they congratulated her on her success and achievements on the post. In the meantime, here is the single to get you ready for the visuals.


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