The 2018 Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMA) female artist of the year Sally Boss Madam has just dropped another steamy music video featuring crowned NAMA 2016 female artist of the year Chikune titled Chop’O Life.
Those who know the two queens would pick up that they love nothing but some sass added to their sound.
Sometimes it is a music video that truly makes a song. Whether there are exaggerated backgrounds on display or freaky dance moves that will get you to go down in the comfort of your own home.
This video has a fantastic setting for their super sexy dance moves in bright colored outfits which makes it more fun to watch and not want to move a leg from the TV screen before it’s done.
It’s indeed always good watching our local queens doing their thing together. I believe it is an amazing way of promoting woman empowerment in the country.
Chop’O Life starts off with beautiful video vixens twerking in slow motion while smoking hubbly bubbly and the camera moves right back to Sally and Chikune giving us a close up image of their faces .
Although it seems like the video was shot at one place, the kinkiness would make you believe something different. Instead of the usual twerking and such, the video is simple, interesting and makes for a great sing along. Yet for all its supposedly graphic appeal and reaching nearly 6.1K views in three days on YouTube, the video portrays a story of people having a good time and being sexually provocative.
The song speaks about enjoying life and the two queens have definitely put their brains together to demonstrate exactly what they are saying on the lyrics in this newly released video.
It is very rare that one find a music video were you are able to watch it on mute and be able to make out what the song might be all about. The video also proves that sometimes one can have so much fun without being in the company men as it featured only women.
Chop’ O Life was shot and directed by Namibia’s own talented videography and owner of Reggie films Undjee Reggie Zaire, while the song was produced by Dj Kboz and Sam E Lee Jones.