Juma Jux Had To Wait For A Year To Shoot Music Video With Nyashinski

Tanzanian singer Juma Jux had to wait close to a year to get hold of rapper Nyashinski to shoot their music video “In Case you didn’t know”.

Speaking in a radio interview in his Kenyan tour that has been going on for the better part of this week, Jux revealed that he connected with Nyashinski on social media after Nyash tweeted appreciating his song.

The Tanzanian artiste said it had always been his dream to work with Nyashinski.

“He is talented and I knew it was not easy to get him, but I was looking forward to working with him,” he said.

“Immediately, I reached out and asked if we could work on a collaboration. I sent him a DM. He responded and gave me his WhatsApp number, and I sent the verse of the song, ‘In case you didn’t know’, and he liked it.”

After the two linked up, Nyashinski sent his verse two days later.

“He was impressed and in two to three days, he sent me his verse, but it took a year to do the video,” he said.

Jux said that their busy schedule, however, made it almost impossible for them to shoot the music video. It took them almost a year to shoot the video.

“I was busy and he was busy. We decided to do it at the end of the year. I communicated on the day we would shoot the video. He was not available the day I’m in Nairobi.

“Everything was set but he was not available even on phone. I went to look for the outfit but coming back, I found Nyash on the location and all set.”

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