Videz Hybrid – Imagine & U Don Know

Uprising Dancehall Star, Videz Hybrid Talks Talent and Hardwork In Imagine & U Don Know…

Videz Hybrid continues his current streak of releases with the sharing of two music videos, U Don Know and Imagine.

Kenyan dancehall star is at again with two releases that are blazing hot just after the release of his street banger ‘We are one’ that got very rave reviews on local and international media spots making it a straight hit straight to the top charts.

Both songs were produced and mixed by Videz himself and their visuals shot and directed by Bryan M Brand.

While U Don Know is a dancehall record that features rapper Kash Grindhauz and Chaos, Imagine is a reggae-flavored song performed by Videz and is the second official leak off his forthcoming debut album. The two tracks were recorded, mastered and released via Kenyan music label, Grosspool Music.

Imagine highlights the general struggles artists endure to get people to appreciate their art. The singer/songwriter and producer go further to say:

Some of us survive, not on money, but the passion that we invest in our art.

The video features clips that celebrate talented footballers and hustlers. On the other hand, U Don Know is street-centered and expresses that Ghetto life.

This release of singles will culminate into an album release on 4th December. The title will be announced soon. Watch the videos below via YouTube.

Villagers reject this lady plagued with a leg tumour, thinking she is bewitched

Eunice Anyango, is crying for help as her own community have turned their back on her after she developed a huge tumour on her leg.
The woman, aged 35, has accidentally tripped on a stick which injuried her tibia bone in 1992.

Eunice didn’t take it seriously and refused to go to hospital, since then the tumour has started to grow rapidly and one day reached an unbelievable size.
Her superstitious neighbours and the village chief are now keeping away from Anyango, her blind mother and her 16-year-old son as they are convinced that their family is bewitched.

Eunice’s son Odongo even has to skip school to look after his mother and grandmother; sometimes compassionate members of the local church drop in to visit her. Eunice has had minor surgery and tetanus injections to somehow treat the growth but it was a temporary measure, now the woman needs more help and hopes to raise some money to remove a gigantic tumour on her leg.
Mabel Akiso, one of the villagers, told Kenyan newspaper: “The chief and her assistant know about the condition of this family, but they have never done anything about it. Most people in the community believe the family are bewitched.”

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