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Local Music Video Played On Channel O

Manzini – Local Artist Carrency_jazz 10 real name Castro Motsa is seemingly having the best of his time as far as his musical career is concerned. Not so long ago the recording and performing artist was launching his first debut album titled “UMSINDVO’’ and this past weekend he had his Camp Chair music video played on Channel O.

Channel O is Africa’s original hub for the freshest music visuals from across the continent and far beyond, the most vibrant conversations and the hottest scenes from African pop culture and more. It is the ultimate dream for almost every if not all African artist to have their content played on this platform.

The music video was aired at exactly 03:48 on the 14th of April on channel 320 and was also repeated around 16:48 same day. What’s more interesting is that it was featured on the legendary “hit list”. Thousands of the striving artist’s fans were really impressed and were not shy to share their excitement on different social media platforms.

When called for comments the local superstar sounded both emotional and excited. Who wouldn’t? He has just become one of the few Swati’s who got to be featured on the biggest music platform in Africa watched by millions of music lovers. The song was locally produced by King Kanga and the very much vivid visuals were done by Motion Skies. Motsa was quoted saying “This is not just me winning, the whole country is winning. The local producers are winning too. I am so happy to have made my fans proud, this is just a beginning of great things to come from the Brand Carrency.

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