“Ndoenda” most recent single released by Contemporary Afro-Fusion artist Mussa
Effect, has been complemented by a visually stunning video that celebrates the rich
The video shot at a farm in Christon Bank features African costumed dancers in shots
that switch between a church featuring African architecture and dusty fields.
Mussa, the singer and songwriter of “Ndoenda”, is then seen dancing and posing with
women of different complexions and features.
“As you’ll see in the video, the dancers wear costumes associated with Pan African
“I wanted to communicate with my fellow millennials the rich African culture and
traditions we have as a people,” says Mussa Effect, who was also the Creative Director
of the video.
The video for “Ndoenda” was choreographed by popular choreographer, John Cole.
“John and I have been good friends for some years, so we finally coming together to
work on this project is something we’ve been wanting to do for a long time,” says
● Creative Director – Mussa Effect
● Choreographer – John Cole
● Costume Designer – Beatrice Kwinnie
● Clothing material – Folake_seij
● Artwork – Unorthodox manner
● Song Production – Victor Enlisted
● Behind the scenes – Top shutter studio
About Mussa Effect
Mussa Effect (Calvin Musandu) is a Zimbabwean Contemporary Afro-Fusion artist
signed to KOSHA Management. His abilities span vocals, the mbira (thumb piano), hosho (shaker/rattler) and traditional Zimbabwean Ngoma (drum). Though rooted in traditional African melodies, Mussa’s music also incorporates the mainstream pop influences he was exposed to as a musically inclined child. Mussa’s highly energetic and impassioned delivery vocalizes the hopes, dreams and sometimes even nightmares that are universal to every human being.