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Lil Swaartbooi’s new music loading

By Emilie Shimbali

After a short break of blending some fresh sounds for hip pop lovers, rapper Lil Swaartbooi will be dropping an album officially set for 25 July, on all online streaming sites.

The album titled “Protect Mitch at All Cost” is typically embraced into hip pop and beyond. It contains of well-tuned sounds of which he proudly describes as not been heard in a lot of his previous work.

 With its 17 tracks, the album touches on controversial topics, dance and classic Namapiano coming hot for everyone. Some of the songs to look out for are Nana Kupen Sjambok remix and ATM Dad to mention a few.

“My album will be available also in hardcopies for listeners who cannot reach streaming sites,” he shares.

Lil Swaartbooi hails from the Southern part of Namibia and proclaims himself as the chief of Nama trap music. He busted into musical scenes last year with a smash banger called Witbooi Sjambok which tops charts on Base FM and Donlu Africa.

His talent behind the knobs made him feature various international artists such as KBrizz of Zimbabwe and also worked with some of the award-winning producers to cook really nice music. He got signed up with Volkswagen music, just last year when he came.


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