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KBozz heads back to Kenya

Kbozz eyes the greener pastures of Kenya as he confirms his move and future plans.

After a decade of producing beats in the Namibian music industry KBozz is on to greener pastures of his home country. After two decades in the game KBozz says that the industry has become a hard terrain to glide through and doesn’t see his career going any further.

The music producer recently revealed his plans for exiting the Namibian music industry with his final project. Speaking to unWrap.online KBozz said that it’s been the hardest decision to make but I have to do. “I’m not getting any younger. Namibia is a beautiful place but it is not a place for an aspiring mind. There are too many obstacles,” he stated.


He continued to say: “When you feel your services are needed elsewhere, just take that risk and move to new territories.”

The award-winning producer, however, does not totally rule out the possibility of contributing to the Namibian arts again, saying: “I believe from there I can create opportunities for Namibian artists. The population is vast and appropriation for the arts is amazing”.

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On Sally Boss Madam’s management, KBozz says that he has already handed such duties to Sally Jason. “In terms of production, I feel she needs to explore new sounds and work with other producers. I could come in as executive producer,” he said.


In a Facebook post, KBozz appreciated the love and acceptance he received from his Namibian fans saying that it is beyond anything he could ever explain. “I have loved and embraced this country as my own. Who would have thought a geek like me from the far away would influence a whole industry in terms of sound and music,” the tweet read.

Asked whether he will be taking his family with KBozz stated that his wife and kid can join at a later stage. “Those two love Namibia too much. Plus Sally’s career is here.”

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