Naiza Boom Biography & Profile| Real Name, Age, Girlfriend, Career
Naiza Boom is the stage name of a Zimbabwean musician, video and film director. He is the founder of Naiza Boom (NB) Films, a production company that specializes in movies, television series, skits and music videos. The Naiza Boom Youtube channel has over 488 thousand followers and has produced almost 1000 videos.
Naiza Boom’s real name is Michael Machiona.
Naiza Boom’s age and date of birth could not be readily established from public documents at the time of publishing.
In 2020, Naiza Boom was dating a woman identified only as Egness.
In 2020, Naiza Boom released a single titled “Handisisina Moyo.” The song was produced by Frank Gamba, also known as Novax. He also has a song titled “Mama Africa,” featuring Pauline.
Naiza Boom Films
Naiza Boom started directing and editing music videos for upcoming musicians around 2013 before he founded NB Films production to cater for all musicians and actors. The company produced “Class Yemadofo,” which featured National FM radio presenter DJ Shugeta and female dancehall artists such as Faceless and Angel Pee.
After the success of “Class Yemadofo,” the team linked up with Enzo Ishall for another skit titled “Maputi e$25,” which went viral.
As a music video director, Naiza Boom has worked with several notable artists, including Amos Mahendere, Boss Sakina, Carlos Green, Oscar Pambuka, Empress Massina, Faceless, Chido Machanzi, and Maskiri.
In 2021, Naibo Films received a plaque from YouTube for amassing 100,000 subscribers on its YouTube channel. Naiza Boom Comedy joined musician Jah Prayzah and Bustop TV who in the past also received plaques.
In October 2020, Naiza Boom was allegedly assaulted by his girlfriend over his video titled “Tingori 2.” The video featured models whom his girlfriend identified as Egness had problems with. In the video, Naiza Boom kissed a model named Sontana. Upon seeing the video, Egness is said to have attacked him with her shoes on the head. She later expressed regret for her actions and expressed her support for Naiza Boom’s work.