4 July 2014

Namibia: Big Brother Mzansi 2014 Winner Here

The South African Big Brother Mzansi 2014 winner, Mandla "Mcloud" Hlatshwayo arrives in Windhoek today to shoot his first ever House single, Big Fun, featuring Mobi Dixon.

"On the video we trying to capture less over populated African landscape with a bit of a deserts and tropical views. We believed Namibia is one of the countries that will give us the feel of home, fun and love," says Mcloud's agent, Tebogo Mashego. He adds that they always see less South African artist going to other SADEC countries to embrace what the African continent has but for them, they desire to set a new trend of being able to love the African continent.

"We have confirmed cameo appearances from some of Namibia's finest who will be joining us on the video shoot such as R.U.N Namibia and Dillish Matthews. All of them will be part of the video shoot as per our discussion with them. However, Dillish is Big Brother The Chase winner and we think it will be nice to see them working together even though they were not in the same season of Big Brother. We hope that it would be great for both the Namibian and South African music industry," he says.

Mashego adds that they are also hoping to use one of the Big Sky Lodges in Windhoek as their main location.

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