Watch N’veigh’s Music Video for ‘Summer 95’ Featuring PdotO

N'veigh shares visuals for his summer-ready single.

N'veigh's "Summer 95" is a fitting single for the upcoming festive season. The song is heavily influenced by 90s' kwaito, and sees N'veigh adjust his delivery to fit the low BPM.


The video is simply a mood, showing a day filled with festivities in the street—from the rapper performing with a fizzy drink in his hand, hanging out with his boys and girls around cooler boxes and the scantily dressed women on bikes and spraying everyone with water guns.

The veteran punchline rapper and his Cap City acolytes have been experimenting with the new age kwaito sound in the last few years, and it has always worked.

"Summer 95" is the latest single from N'veigh's debut album Peanut Butter, which was released earlier this year. The 13-track album managed to showcase different moods, ranging from serious personal topics, to industry politics and a bit of fun.

The last single released from the album had been "Guala," which featured Caask Asid.

Watch the music video for "Summer 95" below and revisit Peanut Butter underneath.

N'veigh - Summer 95 (Official Video) www.youtube.com



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