It seems South African hip-hop queen Nadia Nakai has hogged the global music limelight once again following the recent release of the video Naaa Meean.
By Staff Reporter
Nadia Nakai, who is of half Zimbabwean and half South African descent, dropped the single of the song in November, which turned out to be a festive season hit in southern Africa.
Endowed with a good height and body structure, enchanting physiognomy, Nadia Nakai’s video which features her “boss” Cassper Nyovest is real out of this world.
To prove its popularity, the video had by yesterday attracted 270 354 views on YouTube.
Nadia Nakai is signed by Family Tree label, which is owned by Cassper Nyovest.
It is the collaboration with her “boss” on the new project that had sent tongues wagging among her legion of followers, but Nadia Nakai has defended her move.
“People need to relax because this is only the second song that Cassper features. It’s not like I’ve been featuring him for a million years. He’s family and we’ve worked together for so long that we understand each other. we gel very well and it’s never forced,” she told a South African publication after the release of the single.
The sexy Nadia Nakai has featured in Cassper Nyovest’s chart topping video, Tito Mboweni.
Nadia Nakai, whose birth name is Nadia Kandava was born in Zimbabwe and grew up in South Africa. Like any other artists with Zimbabwean roots, Nadia Nakai hopes to perform in her motherland one day.
Her hit songs include Money Back, Sqwaa, Don’t Cut It, The Man, 100 and Paying, among others.