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Alustar ready to represent Walvis Bay in Windhoek

Walvis Bay sentation Alustar set to move to the capital very soon.

Alustar has been doing music for almost nine years now. Before becoming a musician, he was a wellknown dancer in the streets of Kuisebmund, Walvis Bay. His passion for music started in 2010 and ever since then, he didn’t stop in a bit.

Alustar created a household name for himself in Walvis Bay alongside his team members The Zuti Gang. Alustar worked alongside Dj Xavi, performed at King Tee Dee’s AFRIMA party as well as Primce KayBee’s show in Walvis Bay.


Apart from doing music, Alustar is set to move to Windhoek for studies. When asked whether he’s going to break off from his music group the Zuti Gang, the artist explains that it will not happened. Even though it’s going to be difficult, they already recorded material together for future reverances.

Alustar and his team have, for a while cooking up a storm for their fans on the mixtape called California Tapes that is available for download on Donlu Africa. The team indeed have put something nice together that their fans have responded positively to since the release.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo


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