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Too much “Vuuma” with Manxebe

The 21 year old Manxebe has been the talk of town after a series of his videos have been making rounds on social media. Perhaps you would recognise this energetic individual from all his videos being shared on the Wamboesbelike page on Instagram while freestyling, as well as being around Kaboy Kamakili and Sunny Boy.

Photo: Instagram

Manxebe is an upcoming Kwaito artist hailing from Ondangwa. His music career started in 2017 and has recently established a name for himself in the music industry.
 
At the just ended Kasi Vibe Manxebe performed one of his songs titled “Vuuma” which had everyone talking about. The song has been well received with people making cover videos of it  punching zinc boards of ghettos portraying the images of fearlessness and too much energy. “I didn’t expect people to react to Vuuma the way they did, until this day I thank and appreciate each and everyone who shares and enjoys my talent”,  said Manxebe.

To add to his crazy ability of creating great music, award winning artist Top Cheri recognised Manxebe’s talent and called him up for a feature on a song which will be released sooner this year. When asked how it was like working with Top Cheri on the track, Manxebe told Unwrap.online that it was a miracle which he never expected.

The youngster recently dropped his first ever music video for his latest song ” Ano Olye” shot by Sodo. “The message behind the visuals is to show Namibia that Manxebe is on fire and my fire is unstoppable”, he revealed.

According to Manxebe, if there’s anyone who enjoys his music and is willing to do some sponsorship to help him boost his musical he can be contacted at 0818167908.

“Ano Olye” is now out on YouTube.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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