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King TeeDee’s You number one on iTunes

King TeeDee is on top of his game and we like it.

It seems like 2019 is the year of King TeeDee and everything that he seems to touch turns into gold. The award winning artist who recently blessed us with his single featuring Diamond Platnumz earlier this year just dropped another hit titled You.

King TeeDee, previously known as The Dogg and the founder of Mshasho went about doing things differently this time as he had comedians Cassieje Jessica and King Gucci do a sneak preview of the single in a short video. The renowned comedians can be seen in the video doing killer moves on the streets of Windhoek and their video went viral on social mediums.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BubNEG1A2Y-/

The song is available on all digital platforms and is, as off yesterday trending on iTunes in the first place. King TeeDee has on several times mentioned that this is the year of taking Namibian talent internationally and by the look of things, he is keeping his words.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bugln82Hm3k/

The singer recently returned from a trip to South Africa where he hit radio station Yfm and several stores in Sandton and in his words, taking Mshasho to the world.

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