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Everything you didn’t know about One I Love

King Dee Tee on working with Diamond Platnumz

Late last year, King Tee Dee previously known as The Dogg got in studio with internationally renowned artist Diamond Platnumz and this week, the two artists blessed us with a jam titled One I Love. The single which is doing well on iTunes and other musical platforms according to King Tee Dee was made in a space of two awesome days.

King Tee Dee who’s had many features in his previous life said he enjoyed working with Tanzanian Diamond Platnumz because of the dedication he puts in his work.

“He is an international artist, but he is extremely humble and easy to work with. If you listen to the song well, there are certain phrases he sings in the Oshiwambo language. He was open to learning,” said King Tee Dee.

“After rebranding from The Dogg to King Tee Dee, I really just wanted to experiment and challenge myself outside the kwaito genre. Love music is relatable to most and is relevantly easy to do as it comes from the heart,” he said as to why he opted for the genre.

King Tee Dee says they will work on visuals for One I Love.

Going forward, King Tee Dee says his fans can expect songs from all genres as he will not be limiting himself in an industry so broad. King Tee Dee is currently working on his 28/09/19 concert, an annual event on the Namibian social calendar.
“ I am definitely hoping to do more in this new revelation and under this new brand as King Tee Dee. Keep your eyes glued to my social media pages for more information,” said King Tee Dee.



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