Home Music King Tee Dee to come out of music hiatus after four years 

King Tee Dee to come out of music hiatus after four years 

Hold on to your seats, the King has made a mass announcement! 

 If you are a Mshasho fan and music consumer, you might have noticed that despite him being visible, King Tee Dee has not dropped a new album over the past four years.

The multi-local and international award winner revealed at the recently ended eighth edition of Kasi Vibe that it will be a thing of the past. King Tee Dee whose main focus over the was to take Namibia to the world particularly through his clothing brand Mshasho Wear declared September a month of new music from him. 

” It’s been four years without an album. I am sorry for punishing you guys. I love you and 26 September, I will bring you something new, ” he announced during his performance. 

View this post on Instagram

Watch: Big reveal from @kingteedee #kasieVibeVol8

A post shared by unwrap.online (@unwrap.online) on

King Tee Dee has been in the music industry since the early 2000’s known by his previous stage name The Dogg. This last album titled Concrete Jungle that had hit songs such as Chip In Chip Out and Slow Down was released in 2017 following the news that it would be his last body of work. In 2018, the artist announced at his first 2809 concert that he will no longer go by the name The Dogg and instead, King Tee Dee. 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9HtYktJ9Ux/?igshid=c0zfe79tor9q

King Tee Dee is yet to disclose more information the soon to be released album however keeping an eye on his social media will definitely be recommendable!

Photo: unwrap.online

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

#unWrapClapBacks of the week

Compiled by Jeoffrey Mukubi Here are a couple of Namibian personalities who were not to be messed with...

Chesta House Prince ditches RTE Records

By Jeoffrey Mukubi In a twist of unlikely events, Chesta House Prince has called it quits with the...

The Beat hits Okuryangava

By Emilie Shimbali The newest place for chill and a tweet up has finally opened in Okuryangava, an informal...

Is there a light at the end of the tunnel after a brand crisis?

By Moses Shuuya We often see brands getting into serious brand crisis on social media. Cases are that such...

Creatives still left to eat dust by Covid-19 regulations

By Jeoffrey Mukubi As the second wave of the pandemic continues to worsen, many in the creative industry...