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Ree-Kay gives us Hope, Faith and Courage

Namibian Afro Dancehall Kwaito artist Ree-Kay released his debut album Hope Faith & Courage.

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Ree-Kay is a 24-years-old kwaito artist and rapper. Not signed under any record label, the artist is more focused on socio-economic problems faced in the country and bringing awareness to them. He’s released songs like Uunyuni ‘The world’ where the artist talks an on issues like poverty and Gender-based violence, something many shy away from.

His debuting album Hope Faith & Courage carries on with his core message, with songs like track 04 from his album, Diminengepo meaning Forgive me, “Is one of the songs that carries a powerful message,” while tracks like Oilonga which is set to encourage the youth to work hard.

The album also has a variety of songs including three love songs and a party song entitled bad gal which is a more dancehall flavour.

Hope Faith & Courage has 11 tracks and was produced by the talented UGU producer Chakibeatz,

“It’s one of the best albums you need to add to your playlist this festive season, the 11-track album features three local artists.”

Get you hands on the album today at Antonio’s arts in Windhoek and Music shops in the north. Stay tuned for upcoming singles as the artist will be releasing singles from the list of songs that didn’t make it to the album.

The artist can be reached on Instagram @ree_kay  and on Facebook @Ree-Kay.

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