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Savy and I.K’s success story

By Anchua Naruseb

Upcoming artists speak on unlimited possibilities out there that help them reach their fans.

Hip hop is a genre that will not fade away in Namibia especially with young upcoming artists like I.K and Savy are around. The duo has dropped their first EP Lowtide under the La Wave record label.

Immanuel Kakuva AKA I.K is a 22-year-old vocalist and rapper from Tsumeb while Phillip-Kishi Serchio Shiimi also known as Savy brings his rap and graphic designing skills. Savy was born in Walvis but grew up in Tsumeb. Both artists started their careers at a young age performing at events such as Miss Copper Annual Festival held in Tsumeb.

“Lowtide is our biggest achievement,” said I.K when questioned about the EP Lowtide that has in total three tracks.
“The EP is for good vibes and each track has a different kind of vibe to suit whatever the event is,” said Savy.
The EP was released on 6 September and both the artists are impressed with the responses they have received from fans as expressed by I.K.

“For us, for a new account just getting 600 plays just like that, it’s a blessing and that feeling of when you look at the expression of someone when they listen to your song, it’s amazing. I take it as something huge which is why I will never stop,” they say.

Now with the EP out Savy and I.K plan to do more live performances and are encouraged now more than ever to push forth. Go listen to Lowtide on SoundCloud today!

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