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Kay-Z Bearens takes his brand to another level

Memory Talent Agency adds onto their family.


A few very artists have mastered the importance of public relations and its importance for their brands. One who has decided to take his career by both hands and signing with Memory Talent Management Agency is up and coming hip hop artist Kay-Z Bearens.

Kambinda Zambwe Bearens known as Kay-Z Bearens hails from the Zambezi regions. He released his first single in 2015 titled The Struggle is Real which was focused around his personal life whereby he couldn’t attend varsity due to financial problems.

His first Ep project with 6 songs on it was released last year and had received positive reviews from everyone. He shot a music video for one of his singles on the EP titled 79 which features Princelou Faragama. The song 79 which he penned is about a taxi in the neighborhood he grew up in, which has contributed to his survival in the hood and how the hood helped him see his vision. The EP is available on iTunes and will be on Donlu Africa very soon.

“I am so excited with this partnership as it’s my first every contract. I have been working with my manager and it has been hard to break into the music industry as we are both still new in the industry. It excites me knowing that I will be working with the best and also as an upcoming artist, these opportunities are not readily available. I thank Memory Talent Management for understanding my vision and for deciding to work with me” he said.

Memory Talent Management Agency is a Namibian agency was established to cater for any talent from any industry.


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