N.F.N.O gets over 100k views in one week
By Rosalia David
NOTHING From No One (N.F.N.O) music video by Tulina Ndafyaalako popularly known as Young T garnered more than 100 000 views on YouTube, just a week after it premiered.
With CD sales slowly killing the music industry one tiny cut at a time, Young T has proven to be one of a few musicians whose music is reaching miles through visuals only while making him a potential global sensation.
Speaking to Confidente regarding the milestone, Young T showed gratitude towards his fans saying that it is about time Namibians finally prove their prowess on YouTube.
“It means a lot to me. I have always believed in myself and my hard work and its high time Namibians disturb YouTube like that. I won’t lie, there were times I wanted to give up on music but I know this is God’s work right there,” he said.
Young T explained that the song was inspired by who he is and how he grew up believing in his own art without envying anyone.
“I have always been doing music. I had a studio before I became a recording artist. I am not bragging but I am good at getting my own money. I am a hustler, basically just saying I have not taken anything from anyone. The song is a reflection of my life,” he explained.
Apart from the video currently riding the popularity wave, Young T is also working on his album titled ‘Enlightenment-N.F.N.O’ which for now is being kept under wraps.
“I don’t know when the album might come out and how many tracks it might consist of but I have thousands of songs on my computer that I have recorded already,” he said before mentioning that he featured more underground musicians on his upcoming project this time around.
“I am a fan of promoting upcoming musicians and therefore I and Mamba, who shot the music video, have plans to come up with a YouTube channel to promote these talented musicians.”
Young T is well-known in the music industry which he has been in for many years, earning awards and acclaim as well as a reputation for controversy.
Last year, he released an album which he dubbed as his final project titled, ‘Philosophical Pages Volume2: The Early Retirement’.
Questioned on whether he is still calling it quits, Young T said he will never stop doing music although sometimes he is caught between throwing in the towel and not giving up.