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Tate Buti- 16 albums and counting

Hit maker Tate Buti announces the release of his album Ochargera and fans love it already!

What’s December without energetic Tate Buti? Luckily we never have to know since the founder of the popular talent competition that gave the youth an opportunity to showcase their talent, Visible Talent Namibia, Tate Buti has announced on social media that he has released his 16th album titled, Ochargera.

“NAMIBIA THE WAIT IS FINALLY OVER… GRAB YOUR SELF A COPY…. +264812639811”, The artist posted on his Instagram.

The album has in total 17 tracks where several of the tracks are produced by producer Glo, the album also has some of the biggest names being features in some songs, artist such as King Tee Dee, Gazza, Sunny Boy, Kalux, PDK, KK and other artist. According to responses from fans on the artist album thus far, track 4 entitled Itodulu has been receiving many praises from fans due to the fact that Tate Buti is featuring two of the biggest names in the music industry, Gazza and King Tee Dee on the track.

As of yet Tate Buti has not announce where one can go to buy the album but if you are in Windhoek you are in luck as the album is only a phone call away. Contact the number provided on Tate Buti’s Instagram latest post to have a copy delivered to you.

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