EntertainmentHeadline News

KADAFFI’S ‘NO PRESSURE’ UNDER PRESSURE?

By TERENCE MISELO

Artiste Kadaffi has said he is not highly affected by the banning of his latest video ‘No Pressure’ on some of the local music television channels for allegedly containing explicit content.

Speaking in an interview, Kadaffi confirmed that some named television channels in the country have banned his latest video alleging that it is in bad taste and does not conform to Christian standards.

But Kadaffi has said his song and video is doing fine online and has gained him lots of numbers. He said it was a pity that the TV stations have found a problem with a video which is depicting a summer mood. He said internationally, music has evolved to a level where people must appreciate art and not hide in the Christian Nation blanket.

He said his video, which in most cases shows women in skimpy  attires wriggling and  twerking for the camera is similar to many that show on international music TV channels.

The song features Drimz and talks about a person who has all the money, the free time and good things to have fun with no pressure. The video is available on YouTube and Kalandanya Music associated platforms.

Back to top button