Now the combination of Mun-G and Ray Signature is always bound to have that amazing visual aspect especially when it comes to the storyline. The Naloba music video followed the song’s storyline to the dot, not so exaggerated yet well-milked. From Ray the fisherman who comes back and finds that his wife has left for good as his neighbour Mun-G encourages him to thank God for having survived the pretending hyena.
The video is clear, and the dance-strokes show that the characters are immersed into the video. The African attires which Ray donned brought the African aspect to the video. There is that part where Ray comes in a rush and tries to cheat the queue for the village phone before some bouncer of sorts pulls him away.
It is one of those modern landing sites where the fishermen have cool eye-glasses and bitenge clothes. Ugandan men can really talk and this is proved when people complain over Ray taking too long on the phone as he tries to share his problems with Mun-G. The baby in the video looked so angelic for a sensible woman to leave her behind as she ran away from her husband. It gets so interesting when the villagers who were all lining up to use the phone all decided to try out some dance-strokes in their amateurish ways especially that body-static mzungu-lady and the phone operator.
On the bad side, the visuals are out of sync with the audio at some points in the video. Mun-G’s lips tend to move slower than the words he says and the colour-grading is average. On the whole, Naloba is a charming video with a nice storyline and perfect location. Super stress relieving.