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Bad Neighbours music video coming soon

Heated, fashioned and collaborated work coming your way soon!

The kwaito and Afro-house music group House Guru Gang and kwaito musician EES will be dropping their single entitled Bad Neighbours soon. We are not only excited about the fact that it will be worthwhile work as both EES and the music group always deliver quality content but its also the fact that they embrace Namibian fashion in the upcoming work!

The trio namely, Richard ‘Chahelman’ Kahengutji, Sappy ‘Jowdy’ Mathias and Baptista ‘Nasho’ are popularly known for their hits like Tachie, Blessings and Maria Nepembe. Last year they released an album entitled The Noise which earned them a nomination and now the 2017 Namibia Annual Music Awards winners for Best group/duo will be dropping yet another album.


Their fourth album is entitled Bad Neighbours and is said to be dropped on 1 November according to their recent social media post that read:

“The album y’all deserve. Dropping on the 1st of Nov 2019.”
House Guru Gang also posted recently on social media announcing that they are shooting the music video for their single with Kwaito and Rapper EES which started over the weekend:

“We dem bad neighbours, we did something out of this world. @eesmusic Thanks alot for coming through on this one!!! #BadNeighbors drops November the 1st!!!!”


According to a post by the German Namibian Kwaito artist EES the making of the music video for the single is underway, “On filmset with my boys from @housegurugang shooting the new video to our single.”

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