Sunny Boy Shoots 'All We Can Do'

He did it for his fans.

By  | May 19, 2020, 02:11 PM  | Sunny Boy 

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Hikwa Pioneer, Sunny Boy was shooting the music video for one of his new songs titled 'All We Can Do', this past weekend. 

The song is part of the artist whose real name is Sunday Shipushu, new album titled ‘Uuyelele’ which means enlightenment. The album was released two weeks ago.

Sunny Boy said he decided to shoot a music video for 'All We Can Do', because his fans suggested it. “In the past I was the one who decided which music videos to shot, but with my new album I really wanted to do something that's a little different. I gave my fans the opportunity to vote which music video they would like to see first,” the 'Balance' hit maker explained.
Sunny Boy adds that this is a token of his appreciation to his fans. “My fans do mean the world to me and it is about time I showed them how much they mean to me. I really do value their views in my work,” the artist who was born in Oshakati said.

Sunny Boy said the music video was shot in Herero location Parliament in Windhoek. He said the music video shot was a huge success. “I am thankful for all everyone. From the models, production team, makeup artist, my dedicated dancers, chefs and my supportive friends. My new music video coming soon,” he said.

One fan, David Amwaalwa said he is happy that Sunny Boy wanted the input of his fans. “This is great, because it somehow makes us as his fans also feel important. I really do like the song titled 'All We Can Do'. I am so excited and can't wait for the release of the music video,” Amwaalwa said.


Sunny Boy said he will later this year shoot more music video's from the other songs on his new album.
Speaking about his new album Sunny Boy said “I named my album ‘Uuyelele’, because of all the ups and downs that I went through. On my new album my music is more matured compared to my previous albums. I have worked hard and I am very pleased with the end result,” Sunny Boy said.
Photo: From Sunny Boy Instagram 

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