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Humble beginnings kickstart Maz Blacks musical career


With nothing but the hope of changing the consumption of art in Namibia and dreams of getting to the top of their career, musical trio Maz Blacks speak on the rise to fame and mainstream music.
The up and coming artists recall starting their career in the arts industry as early as high school where they were dancers.

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Made up of Maz Kasco, Maz M-Jay and Maz Lomo, the artists spoke to unwrap.online on how the support that starts from home motivates creatives to work hard and thrive.

” We got support to enter the industry from friends and family and this helped us a lot in taking on the world. It would definitely not have been the same without such a structure and a strong foundation from the beginning. ,” they said.

The Your Body hitmakers came into the limelight after being spotted by DJ Vuyo who helped them to produce the song that got them a name in the industry. Working on more music and visuals, the singers urge up and coming stars to bring their A-game in all they invest in as the industry is tight and filled with people with the same aspirations.

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