Raed More: Vee Mampeezy On How Covid-19 Has Impacted A Lot Of Artists’ Livelihoods
In a post today on 26 November, he shared that one of the music videos will be dropping this week. As the festive season draws closer several artists have been releasing their albums and fresh music and joining in the fray is Vee, who is ready to step things up a notch this festive season.
Vee Mampeezy has been working on his music videos and he has been sharing some BTS on social media. On Tuesday, 17 November 2020, he was on set for his latest visual. The first image saw him watch his direction do a close up on three beauties sitting on a poolside table. The women looked as though they were dressed in summer attire, sipping on cocktails, whilst Vee watched fondly at them.
In late October 2020, it appeared as though Vee was shooting visual for another music video, proving that he is always on the hustle. The music video was being shot in an undisclosed location somewhere, where he was seen with a group of dancers practicing a dance move under the watchful eye of their choreographer or music video director. Mampeezy coyly Tweeted; “Hello I Sing and perform for a living”
Vee recently took to his social media to sympathise with fellow musicians who have been hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. In a post, he revealed that he has been assisting a lot of artists lately to pay for their rent and buy them food and expressed how difficult it is to survive in the music industry in Botswana.
“Trying to ask for a job within this 9 months is not easy for there are no Jobs still, trying to divert into a new business in 9 months it’s not easy because u need money to invest and also learn new business.”
“I’m writing this post not to fight or be political I’m writing this post because I have been helping other artists SECRETLY to pay their rent and buy food for 9 months, but starting this month I can’t help anymore because of the business pressure, My CRY is who is going to help them now, Please Task Force TEAM bulela Bana babereke we don’t need big Numbers just increase a little bit !! Artists are depressed, The industry is dying ..May GOD be with us,” he wrote.
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