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Nadia Nakai frolicking in Namibia

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

South African rapper Nadia Nakai has been spotted around the city of Windhoek hanging out with the Remember The Eagle (RTE) crew. The 40 Bars singer who landed in the land of the brave yesterday posted a live video having dinner at a popular restaurant with the RTE crew and again posted a picture writing “I’m in love with Namibia, Always have been! So happy I’m here, ”

Nadia will be in Namibia until tomorrow and is said to be working on two collaborations during her stay. The creative is set to release more information on her Namibian projects in due course.

The records company has seemingly been doing the most since its inception earlier this year, by not only signing two of the rapidly escalating and highly sought after popular musicians Chesta House Prince and DJ Spuzza, but also scouting for new talents like Mega, Stanzo and Kurzca and importing South African A-Listers.

This was evident when one of the biggest rappers on the continent, AKA collaborated with three of their artists on DJ Spuzza’s “Soek Soek remix”. The video which garnered over a quarter of a million views on YouTube was shot in Wabulokasie and shows the multi-award winning musician having loads of fun while dancing and delivering on his rap verse. The timing could not have been better as AKA just released his latest project titled “Bhovamania”. 

RTE Records are currently busy cementing their contribution to the music and creative industry in Namibia as well as selling the country to the world. If they keep this going, they may just become a force to be reckoned with.  

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