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Kalux Special Fridays

Kalux will be dropping a new song every Friday until the release of his album.

It is nothing but music galore, available for all in the game of the brave. It seems like the music fairy is in town as all artists seem to be having atmething or two up their sleeves. The 2018 NAMAs artists of the year Kalux is one of the many feeling generous as he recently shared a post on his social media platforms following up his newly release song Motion, an afro-pop jam featuring singing sensation Ndaia. The song was dropped on YouTube and Donlu Africa last Friday, 4 October 2019.

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This Friday, according to a post, the artist plans to drop a new song entitled Kakasen. The release date of the album is still not released as of yet but the album is expected to be released this month, “Activated Friday I’m Dropping The Culture Sounds Boooooommmmmmmmm,” said the superstar on a post

Hopefully, Kalux’s new album will be out before his live performance at the Gobabis Summer Picnic Day which will take plays Legare Stadium in Gobabis on 26 October but until then fans have something exciting to look out for every Friday.

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