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4×4 Too Much Power Kinoi laid to rest

Kinoi who will be remembered for his humbleness and creativity was laid to rest yesterday.

Yesterday at a somber Pioneers Park cemetery, 4×4 Too Much Power’s Kabeya wa Kabeya Kinoi was laid to rest. Kinoi who is survived by a son passed away on 15 July after collapsing. Kinoi was a dancer and singer for the group. 4×4 Too Much Power is a Namibian KwasaKwasa (ndobolo), group. The late 32-year-old joined the group in 2003 which he was still a part of until his death.

The fully packed funeral was followed by a tribute concert at Club Thriller organized by Queentique Investments and 4×4 Too Much Power. The event was organized to remember his essence within the group, his flexible kwasa kwasa dance moves won’t ever leave our minds. There were several performances including that of a group from Osire Refugee Camp.

Despite the funeral having had a large attendance from the community members and fans, there was barely support from the music industry.

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