Vee Mampeezy yesterday announced that he has released a video for his single Dumalana which featured Zimbabwean but Botswana based artist Dr. Tawanda.
The video which is already doing well on YouTube with slightly below 15 000 views has also broken the internet with many accepting the #Dumalana Challenge.
On the video, Vee Mampeezy visits an old woman who he gives groceries to. He also posted a picture of the scene on his Instagram and wrote: “Will never stop giving come rain or sunshine, because we are where we are because someone gave!! let's give.”
One of his fans applauded him for his generous gesture and said: “I like what u are doing @Veemampeezy bringing Hope to the Hopeless, blessed is the hand that giveth, God bless you.”
However, some of his followers also think Vee did a great thing by giving to the old woman, but they are of the idea that it shouldn’t have been on camera.
“Big up but next time leave the camera behind buddy, God is watching,” commented one Instagram follower.
Vee Mampeezy has been doing well in the music industry and has collaborated with several other artists in Africa which include the late Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi from Zimbabwe, Cassper Nyovest one of the biggest rappers in South Africa and Slizzer who is one of the best female artists in Botswana.
Last year, Vee Mampeezy released another video for the single Dololo and it went viral with over 9 000 views on YouTube.On the video, there is a cameo appearance of local comedians Lecky and Jack.
In 2017 Vee won a Metro FM award beating other bigger artists like Komanda Obbs, Tekno, Pato Ranking and Tiwa Savage. The award was the first Metro FM Award to be won by a Tswana musician
Furthermore, Mampeezy said that his wife supports him sufficiently that is why he delivers fully executed work. He also highlighted that his Christian religion has also helped him to be successful in his career.
Vee Mampeezy has to date produced more than 7 albums. He has toured around the world and has become one of the most significant artists in Africa.