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ML continues to reign

ML once again proves that a good beat, great lyrics and a fun music video are all the basic ingredients for a euphonious song that is pleasing to the ear.

Singer and multi-talented Maria Immanuel, who is more popularly known as ML is back on the scene again, this time with a new music video. Just a few months after the release of her third album Independence Day, ML has now dropped a new music video on YouTube entitled Ndota.

The artist had prior posted to fans on the upcoming video which was dropped on 22 September and fans are happy to say the least as the video has already close to 2k views on YouTube since its debut.


On the track, ML showcases both her vocal skills and lyrical talent to speak on the economic problems being faced in Namibia and on the youth. This is all presented using a toe-tapping tone and an old popular traditional game.


ML has been noted on how she using her love for music and her talent to highlight on socio-economic matters and fans are glad that the musician is staying true and consistent in her latest track by delivering yet again another strong message.

So, don’t miss out on this on ML latest song, it’s now available on YouTube and iTunes.

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