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Mickel-Jes Music Production and Rockstar TV throw NAMAs hints

It’s definitely late but it seems like it will happen anytime soon.

PHOTO: Namibia Annual Music Awards Facebook page

The most anticipated entertainment awards are seriously bound to kick start anytime from now as companies Mickel – Jes Music Production and Rockstar TV shared a compilation video from the previous years with the caption‘let’s do it again.


This is also an indication that both companies are once again involved in the production of the biggest awards event in the entertainment industry as Namibian company Mikel-Jes Music Productions caption their shared video it’s official more info coming soon.

Last year, the Mikel-Jes team outdid themselves with the production by going all out on the NAMAs stage set up that was Kanye West and Jay-Z inspired. The stage design was done in such a way to give the illusion that one is in space and hence the theme, ‘Your NAMA World’

Earlier this year, John Ekongo of MTC said that administrative glitches were the cause of the delay in the NAMAs planning. This, however, was then sorted out as the tender for the provision of production and management services for the awards show has been advertised. The next step is for the call of entries to be announced which will result in the public voting for their favorite artists during the nomination phase and eventually winners being crowned on the main event night.

Since last year, 11 categories were removed from the award show leaving 24 categories. The organizers also removed the Friday night awards resulting in only one main event.

Stay tuned to the NAMAs, Mikel-Jes and Rockstar TV social mediums for more information.


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