Home Music Tuko and Koxa are back with Too Delayed album

Tuko and Koxa are back with Too Delayed album

The Fendela Fasuluka singers decided to take a hiatus from the music scene for good.

The two music darlings behind the 2013 hit said they had gotten in the industry too early, which caused their disappearance from the industry.

View this post on Instagram

Tuko and koxa are back!!!! Album dropping soon.

A post shared by kondjeni and tukondjo (@tuko_and_koxa_official) on

“We were kids at that time and we had little knowledge about music and it’s a real thing. I mean we used to perform for our parents since 2009 when we decided to record and that’s how Tuko and Koxa the group was formed,” they said.

In 2016 the duo decided to focus on their studies whilst still keeping an eye on the industry. They believe the break was worth it as they managed to get their qualifications. TuKo is a video graphics designer and Koxa a firefighter.

“The break we took didn’t keep us out of the studio. We wrote songs for a lot of artists whom some are big cats now and we have been working on our project as well,” they said.

Having handled the education side of things and grown; the duo said they are ready to bless their fans with new music.

“The music industry is missing a special ingredient and we are that special ingredient. We’ve learned to master our art, matured mentally on how to deliver and we’ve made sure that our new project called Too Delayed will cater everyone. We thank our fans for the warm welcoming back,” they said.

The artists will drop their latest music video for the single titled Baddest One before releasing the album.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

King TeeDee to host 250km walk

Award-winning kwaito artist Martin Morocky, who recently rebranded from being known as The Dogg to King Tee Dee, will host KingTeeDee 250km walk...

FYM to bring laughter around Namibia

Free Your Mind Entertainment in partnership with the Sound Connects Fund presents “Sounds of...

Spectrum Awards to honour LGBTQI community creatives

…receives 420 nominees for 30 categories Namibia’s LGBTQI community will be celebrating the Spectrum...

Gazza sends Davido a condolence message

Namibian artist Gazza has taken to his socials to send love and light to Nigerian singer Davido following the loss of his...

Gospel Meets Jazz brings Suzy Eises, Loyiso Bala, Juanita du Plessis to Vegkop

Mark your calendars for Gospel Meets Jazz come December as Namibian and South African stars come together for a fun-filled day. Organised...