VIDEO: Elizabeth Nahna – Nisamehe
The Afro-Pop artist kicks off the clip by hitchhiking for a ride back home to her lover who is seen in the village
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Just over a month following the release of “Duogi E Pacho” featuring Roy Captain of Supersquad band, Elizabeth Nahna enters the digital universe to deliver the brand new visual to her latest single, which premiered with YouTube on Wednesday evening (May 15).
“I’m all about making records that feel good. I want to take my listeners on a trip every time they hear music from me,” the Kisumu City native says. “After I linked up with Malique from MGF Studio to create the song, I knew ‘NISAMEHE’ needed a cute, well-crafted and original visual to match.”
With that said Nahna went and linked up with Kenya’s best music video producer and director Johnson Kyalo to assist in telling her story and direct her fourth video together. “As an independent artist it’s super important to execute the vision I see properly, so I knew I needed a director I can count on,” she adds. “Even though we both live in two different cities, the universe always aligns everything to work out for the greater good.
The Afro-Pop artist kicks off the clip by hitchhiking for a ride back home to her lover who is seen in the village pushing a handcart and using it to hawk water to enable him take care of two children their mother; Nahna left for her while eloping with a much ‘better’ lover. She is now coming back regretful and humbly asking to be forgiven for her past deeds.
Nahna has since proven to be among the few top most new female breed of artists coming from the lakeside town of Kisumu, Kenya. To date she has managed to share the stage with the likes Diamond Platnumz, Jose Chameleone, the late Oliver Mtukudzi and a host of many other legendary musicians that she has also gotten a chance to work and interact with on different levels.
“I’m really happy with how the video turned out and the concept behind it,” the Kisumu transplant concludes. “I hope that people will enjoy it as much as we had fun creating it.”