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ML turns to social media fans for help

ML goes on social media to ask fans when she should drop her third upcoming album.

ML is at it again to give us good music which is filled with a deep message. This following the release of her second album Independence Day earlier this year, an album that was released on Namibia’s independents day and that celebrated Namibian history. The artist has since then released a few music videos including the popular Ndota.

Till today, ML proves that all work and play is just not as fun as she announces her upcoming album Afrika Motherland on Instagram, the album the artist describes as-is for Africa to the world. The vocalist is back in the studio and according to the artist, her upcoming album will have a few features to look out for but the question remains when should ML drop this album?

Though many fans felt like the album should be dropped this very second ML may have other plans to blow our minds. According to an interview with New Era Newspaper, the artist had announced that the album may be released around March next year but fingers cross that ML will be our secret Santa this year by dropping the album before then.

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