Following the release of his collaborative effort with J-Smash and Given Da Chief is Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and producer, Una Rams as he graces us with a stellar visualiser for “Ndo Livhuwa”.
The heart-warming single touches on the need to express gratitude for life as it is quite short and we only have one timeline to be present in this life. It is more of a message showcasing one’s gratitude as they come far in life and have had to push and persevere through tough and challenging moments where they were forced to rely only on their faith.
The visualiser compliments the message of the song through the site it is shot in which is a church where it further expresses Una Rams, J-Smash and Given Da Chief’s belief in God and how grateful they are for the new year. It is shot by Eugene Nduvho in collaboration with Rofhiwa Kutama and Matthew Rams.
It is worth the watch as it does not only exhibit a more vulnerable side of Una Rams and Given Da Chief but also a sign of hope that all things will get better if you believe and stay praying as your current situation will not be a forever situation. It also conveys your ability in believing in yourself and chasing for better results even when there is no signs of progress, just believe and be grateful.
About Una Rams
Makwarela, Thohoyandou born artist, Una Rams is the personification of African cool. A true maven, who channels the beautiful spirit and energy of the Vhavenda tribe and thrusts its beauty before the eyes of the world.
Being gifted science books by his parents as a 10-year-old was one of the first clear indications of Una Rams’ genius. Una Rams’ hands first met musical instruments such as the piano and drums in his adolescent years, opening up a new realm where he could now express his genius through music. Una Rams grew up to become a new age South African artist, with a rare combination of skills such as rapping, singing and production.
The first gen-Z musician from South Africa to have his music played on Apple Music backed radio platform, Beats 1 Radio. Bold in how he moves, Una Rams makes music that details the experiences of the born-free youth.