By Jeoffrey Mukubi
Sam E Lee Jones is undoubtedly one of Namibia’s mainstay music producers and creatives. Having been in the game for some time now and producing some of the country’s biggest hits, it would only be a matter of time until the international community caught wind of the charismatic enigma.
The multi-award-winning star is now flying the Namibian flag even higher now that he is featured on Nigerian-born American-based superstar Rotimi’s new album ‘All or Nothing’. He announced the news on his Twitter account. “I am forever grateful to God for everything He has done in my life & for everyone who supported my journey. From the bottom of my heart, I appreciate you.
That said, @Rotimi‘s #AllOrNothing Album is Out Now, I produced “Don’t Mind Me” with my bro Romano. To More Hits,” Sam E Lee wrote. Congratulatory messages started flowing in from his friends and fans, including the first lady of Namibian music, Top Cheri who wrote.
“My cousin doing the mostest and not shouting loud enough. If it was me pulling these moves. I’m calling the president,” Rotimi, who rose to fame after featuring in 50 Cent’s Power’ series went on to release his hit song ‘In My Bed’ which has garnered over 35 million views on YouTube just released his much-anticipated debut album. The album features notable pop stars including the likes of Fireboy DML, Tank, Busy Signal, and Yung Bleu.