Anthony David releases music video shot in Kenya

Neo-soul artist Anthony David has released a video for one the songs in his upcoming album that was shot in Kenya.

#locationlocationlocation was shot at one of the View Points on the way to Mai Mahiu and the Lake Nakuru National Park in September, by Capital Group videographer Muthoni Njuki.

The video, which is also a tribute to the late Nobel Laureate professor Wangari Maathai, documents the different locations that make up the world (in this case Kenya), with a plea to people across the globe to protect their environment.

The video features Peetah and Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage, and musician J Boog with his manager Anu Watu.

Local vendors at View Point and tourists buying Kenyan wares there made the cut, most of them excited to be part of the video.

The video was shot as David and the other musicians, who were part of the Give Africa Hope project headed to Nyanza province to distribute gifts and identify schools that they could support in future, as part of the project.

It was edited in Savannah, by the kids of AWOL and Studio8 and will be part of an album that is set for release on December 6, also titled #locationlocationlocation.

Jamaican artist Alaine who is also part of the Give Africa Hope project was unable to make the trip but managed to take part in charity concerts in Texas, US, to raise funds for famine relief efforts in the Horn of Africa region.

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