Lady May Africa’s stunning new visuals

By Rosalia David

GOSPEL artist Lady May Africa has captivated the hearts of many believers through her newly released music video, titled ‘Lamb of God’, where she features gospel music legend D-Naff.

With the entire world going through a tough time trying to ward off the pandemic Covid-19, musicians such as Lady May Africa and D-Naff are instilling hope in many through spreading the Gospel and the accompanying video does that in fine style.

Speaking to Confidente about the video, D Naff said ‘Lamb of God’ was released on a Good Friday and aimed to glorifying Jesus. It was dedicated to the Easter Christian holiday, which commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus and his death on Calvary.

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“The chorus says it all where we say ‘You are my all in all’ praising the Lord to say that he fills the void with so much love and happiness, when one seeks the Lord and it talks about how Jesus saved us from our sins,” he said.

The opening scene is in a church building where Lady May Africa appears in a white dress sitting alone in church.

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She then bows down to pray, followed by a shot where D Naff wakes up at home, switches on the light and checks his phone before kneeling down to pray, as well.

The video was shot by Eric Mule and the song produced by a Zambian producer named ‘Taz’.

According to D Naff, the video was well received so far, getting good responses and words of encouragement on the day it debuted. “So far so good and the good thing is that we had a creative script writer from Ghana for the music video. It was an exciting process and it was much easier to follow the script than creating something from scratch ourselves,” he added.

Asked about what is next now that the music video was launched, he said Gospel music lovers should look out for more visuals and rejuvenated songs online, while more projects are scheduled for release after the lock down period.

In 2018, Lady May Africa transitioned from an Afro Pop to Gospel musician, mentored by D Naff after she converted, and she has not looked back since.

She took the music industry by storm with her first Gospel album late last year, titled ‘Unbroken’ setting a new high in her journey back to the top.