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Top Cheri ropes in AR activist for new song


Top Cheri has signalled a warning that Namibia is not ready for her a new song which features Affirmative Repositioning (AR) activist Dimbulukeni ‘Dee’ Nauyoma.


The song whose title is yet to be revealed came up as a result of Top Cheri noticing Dee’s singing prowess at the just ended MTC Knockout project. This year’s project was aimed at eradicating homelessness in Namibia. The telecommunications company used influencers and public figures to create awareness by performing as certain Namibian artists.


Dee performed as Allen Jonathan, in a performance that caught many people’s attention, and certainly that of Top Cheri.


“Beloveds after his outstanding performance at the MTC Knockout project. I had to get him on a song…and guess what? He killed it. Thank you, Dee, for coming through. What a talent you are,” Top Cheri tweeted.


The songs talk about the chores that Top Cheri and Dee used to do when they were young.
“Namibia is not ready,” says Dee.


Top Cheri has not revealed when the song will be dropped but it is likely to be in her upcoming album.


“For the past two years, I have been dropping my album on the same day with Exit and Tate Buti. Beloveds 30th November we doing it again because I am the girl,” she said.

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