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Published on Nov 17, 2016
Namibian singer-songwriter Elemotho uses a chant infused, message oriented, djembe driven song called "Black Man", alongside a powerful and artistic video that provocatively uses imagery of poverty, violence, dignity, economic disparity and spiritual schizophrenia to paint a picture of the black male's narrative in post-independent Namibia. With this song Elemotho hopes to address issues of truth, freedom and dignity...
First Single from the album Beautiful World.
Produced by Endemic Productions
Liberty Verbaan- Director and 2nd Camera Laurent Hasemans- DOP & Editor
Actors: Ndinomholo Ndilula-Business Man Ndemufayo Kaxuxuena-Security Guard Elemotho G.R Mosimane- Homeless Man Taleni Hishoono- Mama Africa
Musicians: Elemotho-lead vocals/chanting/shakers Samuel Batola- chanting/acoustic guitar/electric guitar Yaron Bichacho- djembe/dum dum Wouter de Bryun-sound engineer/mixing at Groove Studio, Windhoek