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Namibian artists show solidarity for 28.09.19

By: Hangala Penehafo

Anticipation and excitement fill the air every day as we wait for King Tee-Dee’s 28.09.19 at the UNAM Stadium, in partnership with Tafel lager.

Last year it came with a bang, from Sunny boy proposing on stage to the love of his life. This week artists from all over the country that are expected to headline the show came through to their various social media accounts to show love to King Tee-Dee by making video’s urging the public to get their tickets and come and watch their performances and show their support.

Gazza made a video on his Instagram account telling fans to come and support his brother King Tee-Dee, TopCheri promised to give you a heated performance and have you dancing, comedian and motivator Agogo Skuza who is the MC for the show, also urged people to come as it will be a show not to be missed and a show to remember. Sunny Boy in his video says he once again will be having a surprise in store for the attendees as he did last year.

The show is expected to have some big names from out of the country such as Sjava from South Africa too but for now, we wait, get our tickets in order and wait for the fireworks on the grand day.

Last year in June, The Dogg, founder of Mshasho Records announced his retirement from the music industry which was officially done at his event. This year he announced the launch of KingTee Dee and his concert through this years’ theme The Revelation of King Tee Dee.


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