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Shaya video receives mixed reactions

Shaya music video sits at over 27 thousand views post-release and the here is what some fans think of it.

Gazza is among the best artists in Namibia. The artist has been in the industry for years creating and defining a Namibian sound through his music and music videos hit after hit. It is no secret that when he dropped his visuals for his song Shaya featuring Nigerian star B-red that the video is already sitting on over 27 thousand views.

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.

The video has received a lot of commentary from GMP fans with some loving the video while others feeling that the GMP king could have done better as he has done with his past deliveries. In the video, Gazza and B-red are at a chill spot where dancers are seen in the background in South African cultural attire. This few fans have commented on the video saying it does not suit in the video. Other fans have disregarded the point saying Gazza has outdone himself once again.

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. Watch Shaya on YouTube today and tell us what you think!

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