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Mshasho strikes again 

Mshasho is all about going hard or going home when it comes to merchandise and we stun!

By Foibe N Emvula

Keeping in tune with the rest of the world, Mshasho and its founder are making sure that no Namibian is left out, even when it comes to something like ear pods!

Coming out soon as shared recently on social media are Mshasho wireless Bluetooth earphones. According to King Tee Dee, releasing these wireless earphones would be a dream come true.

“This has been one of my dreams. It all started with music and now we are getting to this stage,” he wrote on Instagram. We can only wish for the best music and hope to see more Mshasho branded items in future.


Since starting his professional music career, King Tee Dee, formerly known as The Dogg, has managed to remain one of the top-selling artists in Namibia. King Tee Dee, who has been in the music industry for over 15 years has rebranded to make his music more appealing to fans. The artist has also made a remarkable and respectable image for himself through his campaigns for male circumcision and being the ideal husband and father to most. 


King Tee Dee has attained a lot in the music industry, including working with international stars such as Diamond Platnumz and assisting upcoming musicians in the country. During the past years, we have seen how King Tee Dee has worked hard, performing at various shows and hosting music concerts to stay at the top of the game. Alongside his music career, King Tee Dee is also an entrepreneur who is the founder and CEO of Mshasho, Pakamish clothing line. On his social media, his post reads:

“It’s all about working hard and value they see in you. Work like a slave,” he said. Hard work does pay off indeed. 




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