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Nally’s ‘Number One’ video aesthetically pleasing

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

Civil Engineer turned musician, Nally has recently dropped a banger of a video that ultimately shows the power of collaboration.

The video which is directed by renowned make-up artist and first-time director Renate Shikongo set a new standard of how up and coming musicians should debut. “It was my first time directing and it certainly will not be my last,” said Shikongo at the music video premiere hosted by the Brewers Market.

The music video features many Namibian talents including Anna Shalihu who choreographed the dance scenes and Jeffrey Hiuii who colourfully dressed the cast members in his signature 90’s Avant Gaurde style. “Im really happy with how the video turned out, and I could not do it without the help of Renate and the team,” said Nally, who was evidently overwhelmed and excited about the release of his video.

Top Cheri made an appearance and when unWrap.online asked her about what she thinks of the video she said “I think it is something different and the Namibian nation will definitely eat this up,” The video was shot by DiDi Reloaded who over the years seems to be the go-to guy for great music cinematography.

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