It’s no suprise that the Omunye has crossed borders and is receiving the greatest of response from Africans across the continent.
Omunye by Distruction Boyz was a definite hit the first moment we heard it, it’s that type of song that, even when you can’t dance, your pelvis automatically starts gyrating sideways just because it’s somewhat of a sin to
Recent videos of Namibians climbing on rooftops and fences whilst carrying umbrellas, chairs and mops has been going viral on social media.
Although some Namibians may not understand what the song means, they sure love grooving to the Gqom sounds from Distruction Boyz.
This definitely wins our video of the week title.
Can the South Africans please tell what this song means? Namibian acting as if they are on Flaka pic.twitter.com/AzcG0vLPEQ— Hella 💎 | 🇳🇦 (@Hella_N) December 12, 2017
The whole street going crazy about this South African song. pic.twitter.com/rMd056Nr1m— Hella 💎 | 🇳🇦 (@Hella_N) December 12, 2017
Shout out to all Namibians, these videos remind us of this animated video that came out a few months ago when Omunye just dropped.
Distruction Boyz urges matriculants to focus & forget about the party scene so that they can be on this tip come December https://goo.gl/fXY1UX