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PDK’s 12th album release date announced

“We are coming soon and very soon”-PDK

The wait for one of the most anticipated albums from Namibian music group is about to be over as the group announced their 12th album name and release date. About a week ago, the group posted their album artwork with the album name, Grateful. The trio consisting of Patrick Dion and Kamtonyo are seen on the cover in matching apparels of shorts, striped shirts and chic socks.

The artwork reveal has so far received a lot of love from the artist’s fans with some pleading for the group to release a single while they wait for the album to drop.

The Ahh singers also showed their fans some love and thanked them for their unending support.

The group have been making music for over 10 years. They first started off as dancers and were known as the Action Boys to Action Geez. While in high school they would perform at beauty pageants and talent shows and became popular for their vibrant dancing moves.

The trio has a very strong stage presence with performances that are vibrant, explosive and unifies the audience. PDK are loved for their unique sounds, their style fusses a mix of Afro pop and dance hall.

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