Home Music Magogoz depict struggles in Iinima Ishona video

Magogoz depict struggles in Iinima Ishona video

By: Foibe Shahepa

Hailing from northern Namibia, Magogoz have been giving hits year in and out. Adding on to their accolades, the musical group have released visuals for Iinima Ishona from their album Unfinished Business.

The video which is directed by Optimistic Media is inspired by the day to day situations in the neighbourhoods, ranging from lack of basic services and daily hustles. The song serves as a motivation that whatever is happening around society is nothing but small “Iinima Ishona” derived from the Oshiwambo language meaning small things.

Speaking to unwrap.online, Magogoz manager Siremo Markus said the song is aimed to motivate and have people celebrate their small wins and keep moving despite what life throws at them.

“The video showcases how the song was made from scratch and the good life after that. It focused more on what musicians go through when coming up with a song and the celebrations once its done. This is more like whatever the situation is there is always light at the end of the tunnel- iinima ishona,” he stated.

Magogoz have a lot of content in store for their fans and urge everyone to keep an eye on their social media platforms.

unwrap
unWrap.online is an exciting digital magazine based in Windhoek Namibia. Our niche as a publishing company is covering News, Entertainment, Business, Lifestyle and Sport. We have put plans and a robust distribution network in place to enable us to effectively distribute our magazine throughout Namibia and also to the rest of the world via our online platform. At unWrap our main goal and purpose is to document, celebrate and highlight the lifestyles of Namibian creatives whether they are established or aspiring creatives across many fields in the Entertainment Industry.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

Fashion week internships wanted

The most anticipated MTC Windhoek Fashion Week (WFW) internship programme, which has in the past hosted students from...

Prisca Anyolo scoops Best Media Partner Award

Last year’s Miss Namibia finalist, Prisca Anyolo won the 2022 Best Media Partner Award presented by Milestones Pageants...

Turning art into a livelihood

The Collective Thoughts Volume 1 art exhibition recently opened at the Woermannhaus Art Gallery in Swakopmund.

Radio personality’s inspiring Alopecia recovery

Well-known radio personality Olivia van Wyk has offered hope to women who are goingthrough Alopecia Areata after showing...

WATCH: Meet the Supranational national costume

Inspired by the midnight sky that you can only see in the vast Namibian desert, Julita Kitwe Mbangula’s costume represents the hopes...