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AKA, Biblos to share a stage with King Tee Dee this weekend

King Tee Dee to represent Namibia at Africa Connect. Mshasho to the world indeed it is!

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We don’t believe there could be anyone better to represent the land of the brave at this musical festival other than King Tee Dee. For one he is doing so much to bridge the gap between Namibian art and other countries and all through his Mshasho to the world slogan.

King Tee Dee is due to perform at the Africa Connect Festival that is taking place this weekend in South Africa Randfontein. The festival will have artists from southern African countries as an aim of promoting unity as an action against xenophobic attacks that have risen yet again. It will also serve as a cultural exchange as different foods, fashion and music from southern Africa will be sold and exhibited.

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Mshasho is indeed for the people and should you find yourself in the area, do not hesitate to tune up and dance to all these diverse artist’s styles and music.

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