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Black Nina set to release new music video

Written by  Chilungamo Missi
Working on first album: Black Nina Working on first album: Black Nina

Blantyre, November 4, 2017: Blantyre based Afro Pop and Hip Hop artist, Black Nina says he is geared to drop a new music video of his song ‘Tingochidula’ on Monday November 6, 2017.

The Tingochidula audio track was released on July 19, 2017 and features Original Passenger and was produced by Tricky beatz and Sixpence.

Speaking in an interview, the Chilawe hit maker, Born Thokozani Masona said all is set for the video to be released on Monday and people should be on the lookout.

“I am releasing Tingochidula video which was shot by Bees Creation and it is going to be first premiered this coming Monday on Times Television by CheKalonda on Fusion live,” said the artist.

Black Nina said after the video is premiere, it is going to be available on YouTube for downloads and other websites later.

This will be Black Nina’s fifth video.

Controversially, Black Nina has never done a solo music video but always features other artists in his videos.

Some of the notable music videos which he featured other artists are ‘Chilawe’ which he featured Nep Man and ‘Ndiyende’ which he featured the dancehall icon, Saint.

“I released my solo singles a long time ago and most of them were not hits so I reasoned not to shoot the videos, but soon my fans should expect a solo track since there have been a public outcry,” he said.

Moreover, he said people should expect his first album which he is still working on and is planning to release next year.


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