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Young D set to release Usandifunelero music video on Monday

Written by  Chilungamo Missi



Blantyre, December 6, Mana: Malawi’s cerebrated local hip-hop music artist, Young D will on Monday release a new music video of the song ‘Usandifunelero’ in which he featured Blaze, the Mwinizinthu fame songbird.

Young D, a Blantyre based musician born Daniel Malora, came into limelight with the song Ulendo in which he featured the country’s Dancehall songster Saint.

Speaking in an interview, Young D said all is set for the release of his new video this coming Monday on December 11.

“The video will be dropped on 11th December. It was shot by Media Quake and the audio of the song, which was produced by Structick Rain and Red Disc Studios, was released in September this year,” said Young D.

This would be his second video to be released this year since he also released another video of the song ‘MtengowaMalambe’ in which Blaze also took part.

Young D said the video is very unique as it was shot more like a movie which shows people acting and that it took much of his time writing its concept that will make fans watch it repeatedly.

The artist said upon release of the video, it is going to be available on Malawimusic.com and their Alex Entertainment Website.

Young D also commended Blaze for his great contributions towards his projects.

He said, “Blaze is humble, he is the kind of a guy who will even put more effort in your project just to make sure everything is perfect.”

The rapper said 2017 has been an amazing year musically although he was not able to release more songs since he was occupied by other personal businesses.


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