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Music promoter drops ‘hot’ video

By Blessed Katiyo / Published on Friday, 27 Oct 2017 16:24 PM / No Comments / 429 views

27 October 2017

 

JOHANNESBURG-based music promoter and club DJ Paddy Watungwa aka DJ Paddy Watts will this weekend drop his first musical video for his just-released single titled Ndaenda.

The track was released a few days ago and the video was in final mix and is ready for release this weekend on YouTube and other platforms.

The song, which was done in collaboration with Buffalo Souljah, promises to rock a number of dancefloors as it was masterly done by producer GT Beats. It comes off his forthcoming album called Toenda Mberi.

“This is my first musical video and I promise you it is going to be hot. We took time working on it as we did not want to give fans a half-baked project. We have worked with an experienced production company and we are satisfied with the production. We made use of the latest 4K ultra HD cameras,” said Paddy Watts.

“Working with Buffalo Souljah was a blessing and it’s not the last time we are collaborating,” he added. The dreadlocked Buffalo Souljah is still riding high after the success of his duet Rugare which he did with Winky D. He is one of the most-sought-after reggae artists and has featured at high profile gigs such as the Beenie Man show. He is also scheduled to be part of the line-up at the General Degree show in December.

In the song Ndaenda, Watungwa, who turned 34 last week, laments after being ditched by a woman that he so much loved but was always cheating on him. In the video they used some of the most popular models in the SA entertainment who have featured in videos by mega artists like Whizkid, Emtee, DJ Maphorisa, Cassper Nyovest among others.

Paddy Watts was born in Kwekwe and went to school at Kwekwe Primary School before moving to Sanyati Baptist High. He now resides in Johannesburg and a frontman of one of Jozi’s new promotions company Shisaka Entertainment. He first made attempt into music back in 2013 but the album was a flop.

“I am back now as I have garnered so much experience from the first album. I will be juggling between being a DJ, a musician as well as a music promoter. I love challenges,” he quipped.

 

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