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Tangeni Kidd Mario still doing the most

By Hangala Penehafo

Still steady climbing the ladder with good music and humility.

For those who don’t remember, Tangeni Kidd Mario was a double nominee for NAMA’s in 2017 for Best Afropop as well as Best Damara Punch with fellow artists such as Oteya and KK just to name a few.
With hits like that as well as great music videos, clearly this Kidd is well on his way and no longer under a microscope considering he has got all that it takes. Check out his latest music video for Twisted Heart on YouTube.

Apart from owning a charity project called ‘I see and I care’ at such a youthful age, Tangeni Kidd Mario is back again to prove that he has more than good vocals and good beats to add under his name.

“Being in the industry has not been this easy, but with my family by my side and my mom as my manager, I know I am in good hands hence the three albums I’ve dropped so far. That should prove that I am here to stay,” he says.

Twisted Heart, his lasted album, which futures fellow artists such as House Guru gang and Ou-stakes consist of 15 tracks. The main song Twisted Heart was directed by Black Cat productions and is currently topping the NBC requests airwaves as well as on the YouTube rise.


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