Akothee’s latest release Oyoyo featuring MC Galaxy will be the talk of town.
This comes at a time when the singer had just came from being hospitalized for fatigue.
That did not stop her from leaving the hospital and shooting her music video as planned.
“I, madam boss the president of the single mothers is urging all the women to get off their pity party and stand for their rights,” Akothee said, “I shot the video at a time when I was meant to be in the hospital and on bed rest for exhaustion. Never stop believing in yourself. My fans should expect more hits and entertainment, after all, my life, your entertainment.”
Set for a Thursday, March 29 release at 9pm on Akothee Kenya’s YouTube page, the music video for Oyoyo will definitely be a fan favourite.
Akothee did not spare any expenses in shooting the music video. She went all out to showcase her lifestyle as a boss. A showbiz boss.
In the music video there is a private jet, luxury car waiting to pick her once she walks down the blue carpet, a presidential suit to chill in at top hotel and fine dining.
“I can tell you for sure the budget came up to Ksh 5m,” Nelly Oaks, the star’s manager revealed.
Adding, “The video was a collaborative effort between Akothee and top brands like Silverstone Airline Limited, Moet & Chandon and Acacia Premiere Hotel in Kisumu.”
Akothee explains why this time round she has shot the music video, not only in Kenya but in her home county, Kisumu.
“I stopped shooting videos abroad because I want to promote my culture and my country let the resources revolve around my country. The video was shot in my home town of Kisumu and I am proud of that,” Akothee said.
Akothee is not one to do anything in a subtle manner. During the shooting of the music video with MC Galaxy, she brought Kisumu to a standstill. The set of the music video that was shot on the street was swamped with spectators.
The track, Oyoyo, is produced by Spell “MagikBoi” while the music video was shot by One Montage Production.