WATCH | Moonchild Sanelly releases visuals for 'Covivi' song

2021-11-30 02:06:00 PM

“I am super excited about Covivi visuals dropping because it is literally us having a conversation with the one person/thing that has been blocking us from grooving ...'

“I am super excited about Covivi visuals dropping because it is literally us having a conversation with the one person/thing that has been blocking us from grooving ...'

“I am super excited about Covivi visuals dropping because it is literally us having a conversation with the one person/thing that has been blocking us from grooving ...'

Image:Moonchild Sanelly has unveiled the music video for her latest singleCovivi.Released at a time when it could not be more relevant, the message of the single and music video is a plea for the pandemic to end so that people can enjoy the outdoors, especially leading up to the festive season.

The video speaks to a huge party culture in SA where celebrations are shared with friends and memories created through music and dance.With SA facing a new wave and variant of the pandemic, the video will bring positive energy during this lockdown phase.

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Image: Moonchild Sanelly has unveiled the music video for her latest single Covivi . Released at a time when it could not be more relevant, the message of the single and music video is a plea for the pandemic to end so that people can enjoy the outdoors, especially leading up to the festive season.. The video speaks to a huge party culture in SA where celebrations are shared with friends and memories created through music and dance. It should be noted that the minister has not issued any regulations, as alluded to by Hughes. With SA facing a new wave and variant of the pandemic, the video will bring positive energy during this lockdown phase. This article is free to read if you register or sign in. “I am super excited about Covivi visuals dropping because it is literally us having a conversation with the one person/thing that has been blocking us from grooving because we want to save our lives but our bodies want to dance. I wrote Siyabonga feeling very low and depressed.

So I am having a serious conversation asking Covivi to open the doors because we want to dance”, says Moonchild.. Yet he links the administrative rules of the fund with the Compensation for Occupational Injuries & Diseases Amendment Bill, which is currently before the National Council of Provinces. Watch the super cool music video below: YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE .