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Ndawana back after a five year haitus

He is back with new moves, music and visuals!

A well-known Namibian Afropop singer, Ndawana Ndume is back in the music industry with his much anticipated album titled Sound of My Drums of which the song named after the album is already receiving the high numbers of view on YouTube since it is one of the most simple and beautiful music videos in Namibia comparing it to some of the Industry video released this year.

Ndawana’s name skyrocketed in 2015 when he won The Best Upcoming Afro Pop Artist in a competition called African Upcoming Musician Awards in Abuja, Nigeria with his well-known song Ondjila Oile, the same year he was nominated in the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMA) Ndawana who graduates from University of Johannesburg as an Advanced Paramedic, did not release any album since 2015 even though he has been a very active stage performer almost at all big events in Namibia including the just-ended Totem Expo in oshakati where Ndawana gave one of the most spectacular and unexpected powerful performance with his Ivory-Coast dancing styles.

Blessed with abilities and talent galore, Ndawana is well known for his entertaining behaviors, uniqueness and for his off-the-wall personality and there is no doubt he is the next fast-rising star in Namibia.

According to him, He has been working on something powerful and unique, that he is ready to throw to his hungry fans the first week of July 2019, when he posted his Sound of My Drums video on his YouTube account on Tuesday it received 4000 in just one day, and comments have been flowing in on his Instagram page everyone wants to know when the album be available for market. Ndawana is expected to have a roadshow in some NamibianTowns to market and promote his Sound Of My Drums Album.

You can follow him as Ndawana Ndume on his social media platforms for more about his much-anticipated album, this newspaper will keep you updated about this dynamic and upwardly mobile persona.


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