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Kalux recovers music after house breaking

Soulful and popular singer Kalux an Otjiwarongo native recently posted on his social media that his house was broken into and that most of his equipment was stolen.

He told unwrap.online that it was one of his worst nights after arriving at his house and seeing the doors wide open.

“We were supposed to go complete our song with Yeezir and Chester House Prince that night and we pulled up at my house and it was open. When I went to the studio it was not there. I was in disbelief and my whole album was in there, music I recorded for almost four years because I haven’t dropped an album for that long. It was a bad bad moment for me,” he said.

The ‘Netira’ hitmaker credited the Otjiwarongo police for recovering his stolen goods and more especially for recovering his music.

Moreover Kalux said that this experience made him want to release music even sooner and he already decided to name his upcoming album ‘Gods Son’

“God is good and has been good to me all this years. So I think it will be a good name for my upcoming album, but we may come up with a surprise name from my record label, Superstar Records as well,” he added.

The NAMA Artist of the Year winner also added that he will release one or two singles before the album drops.Futhermore his absence from music for the past few months is attributed to him becoming an entrepreneur and opening a.few small businesses including a bar in Otjiwarongo.

“I am sorry to my Superstars (fans) for not giving you food for almost four months because I remember the last song I dropped was with One Blood titled ‘Keer My’ since then I did not do much but I am here now so thank you for always Supporting. GOD BLESS,” he ended.


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