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WATCH: Amazonkies pulls out all stops for upcoming projects

If there are artists one can learn a thing or two from when ti comes to branding strategies and conceptualization, it is Amazonkies. Watch how they go hard for their brand with their latest projects.

They are one of the hard-working artists around and everyone and again, they remind us. Very serious about their brand, Amazonkies go ham with promoting their listening session that will take place at Fuji Lounge in Ongwediva. For their previous project, the trio drove local media from Windhoek and accommodated them to attend their music video premiere.

This time, the artist got actors to shoot a promotion video with Racio Media Group to get their fans hyped up for the listening session that will take place on 6 September.

Amazonkies recently announced that their hit song Teka will be available on all online streaming sites in a post that is captioned:

“If you continue to work hard, let that be the fuel to your fire. We are very happy to announce that our single TEKA will be available on all digital platform as from the 23rd August..Help us share the good news”


The artists have also released mini-series where they answer questions as a way of engaging with their fans.



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