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Ethnix’s steamy Composure visuals in the pipeline

By: Anthony Kays

Buckle up because Ethnix is all about dropping fire visuals this year.

Ethnix duo of Etjo Kangumine and Julius Page Hamwele will be releasing their latest video soon following their recent success of five nominations at the forthcoming NAMAs. Having recently dropped their I’m Sorry video that is doing exactly well on YouTube, the deadly combination is not about to park just yet.

The Composure video is too from their recent album, Made in Namibia which also features KP Illest, Top Cheri, Sunny Boy and King Elegant.

“The making of the Composure has been quite interesting and soon everyone will be able to see this, ” said Etjo.

With visuals promise to be rather eye candy with the current video teaser on social media, the artists confirm coming up with the concepts themselves.

“Nowadays it’s all about the visuals. Etjo is the brains behind the visuals concept as well as the location. The video will reveal the fact that we are creatives who are not confined to singing only, ” said Page.

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The duo is nominated in the NAMAs for Best Duo, Best R&B, Best New Comer, Album of the Year and their album for Best Producer.

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