Music Video for Howie Combrink’s BELIEVE

Impressive music video release from the RADA Unearthed stable. Produced and directed by Witch & Wizard Productions.

Howie Combrink is no stranger to the South African music scene. Known for his up-tempo folk pop tunes, such as “Change” and “Take It Easy”, which are sure to get you on your feet and dancing, his latest offering is a little different. Howie has always wanted to write a ballad and recently while teaming up with RADA Unearthed, he finally had the opportunity to sit down behind a piano and dig deep.

The result is an impressive tune called Believe – a song about self-belief and appreciation. This ties in with RADA Unearthed’s core message of hope and restoration.

The track received an extraordinary number of radio plays within its first week of release and is already dominating the South African airwaves. Featured as a breakaway track on the Jacaranda SA Top 20, it’s only a matter-of-time before this number starts charting.

So not to disappoint, and in due time, RADA Unearthed commissioned a music video of epic proportions to accompany the release of the song.

Shot and conceptualised by Witch & Wizard Productions.


More about RADA Unearthed:

RADA, in all their endeavours, strive to effect change. An acronym for rape, alcohol, drug and abuse, RADA aims to combat addiction and life’s cruellest atrocities by building comprehensive renewal centres worldwide. While involved in various CSI projects, the non-profit company also contributes to the arts.

RADA Unearthed has launched a compilation album featuring a bevy of South African talent. The contemporary pop album features new hit singles from both unknown and established artists, including the likes of Prime Circle, Lira, Caroline Borole, Ashlinn Gray, Naming James and more.

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