NORWEGIAN BASED AFROBEAT DUO
SOON TO RELEASE A VIDEO SHOT IN KENYA
Fast rising Norwegian Afrobeats duo African Sunz will be releasing visuals to their third single of their debut. The song Sånn Går Det (that’s the outcome) is produced by Rumblin. The song rallies people to self believe in their actions to be successful (change start with belief). Rumblin is credited with the success of Stella Mwangi aka STL works including Haba Haba, Lookie Lookie and others.
African Sunz comprises of Balita Sunz and Kimani Sunz. The latter is the elder brother to Stella Mwangi. The group performs in Norwegian, English, French and Kiswahili. They have over the years built the reputation of being on of Oslo`s best live acts.
The previous releases from their upcoming EP are enjoying relative success in Norway with their second release Kinky hitting gold on Spotify. Their first release Mingele was a massive club banger in all of Scandinavia.
The music video is directed and filmed by high flying videographer Johnson Kyalo and features Kenya`s all female dance crew GQ dancers.
– “we chose to film the music video in the village where Kimani originates, to emphasize the charm of the surroundings that is the source of inspiration for the sound of Afrobeats.”
The Official release date is 30th June through Universal Music Norway.
African Sunz consists of Kimani Sunz & Balita Sunz. Both born in Africa, they have clear messages they promote in their lyrics. They perform in Norwegian, English, French and Swahili and possess a very continental, different, yet accessible sound, not to mention an explosive live show. The group has earned reputation as one of Oslo’s best live act and bring with them musicians of the highest quality.
African Sunz have worked their way up to become well known in Oslo, and have held several concerts, both individual as well as with artists and groups such as Kalamashaka, Ken Ring, Stella Mwangi (STL), Danny and Pumba, El Axel, Jabaman, Karpe Diem, Admiral P, Eben JR and many more.