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Tamba Hali Releases “Puna Ni Ni” Music Video

 Former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, Tamba Hali, released the official video for his Pillz-assisted track, “Puna Ni Ni” today – Watch Here. Exclusively premiered via Arikanza.com, the  Sesan-directed video finds Tamba visiting his homeland of Liberia to reconnect with his people and dance to the infectious afrobeat vibe. “Puna Ni Ni” is available for streaming and purchase everywhere.

“We made this video in the toughest part of Liberia, the heart of the country,” Tamba revealed to Afikanza.com. “I was able to connect with the locals and vibe with my countrymen and never felt threaten. Being around the locals and feeling how they embraced me was the best part about making this video.”

“Puna Ni Ni” is Tamba’s latest release since his debut EP Tamba Juice. On Tamba Juice, Hali showcases his versatility as an artist.  He croons over breezy, beach-vibe productions on topics of love and lust on tracks like “Everyday” featuring African superstar Runtown, “Drive You” and “Just U,” while not forgetting to have fun on “Bad Like Dat” feat. MasterKraft and “Walamkolombo.” The video for the EP’s single, “Oh My Gawd,” garnered almost 275K views since release in June. 

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