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Dee’A depicts his career in Dingilililenge

By Pricilla Mukokobi and Emilie Shimbali

Dee’A redefines growth, perseverance, and confidence in his latest visuals.

Eight years ago, he was a young man herding cattle in the northern parts of Namibia with the soft heart for Tombo. Having decided to leave that lifestyle and to follow his dreams of making music, he became born again and came to the city where he is still today, a gospel singer. This is the story Dee’A depicts in his latest music video.

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Launched recently in Windhoek, the song title Dingililange which when loosely translated from Oshiwambo means surround me, the song features artist Sinny, produced by Mr Glo and is directed by Penda.

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3 DAYS TO #dingililange

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Speaking on the song which is also nominated in this year’s NAMAs, Dee’A says the song is aimed to inspired people.

“ We are only as good as what we put out last. My lifestyle has taught me to balance the ratio of positive and negative compliments from people. Many do not believe what I have accomplished but I believe God surrounds me,” he said.

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