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WATCH: Jameson Connect Namibia a hit

From mind-blowing games to free Jameson shots, the Jameson Connect Namibia event truly lived up to the Jameson slogan, “taste above all else”, because no expense was spared to make sure that the people of Namibia have the best and immaculate Jameson experience.

The N$400 event was truly worth it and it was the first of its kind in Namibia showcasing music, fashion and art. Upon entry, one would be offered N$200 worth of coupons that one could use to buy a drink or food.

The event showcased Namibian talent from various artists of fashion and art like Luis Munana, who was showcasing his latest Zuriel designer jackets that were the true definition of class, elegance and pure craft.

The food was courtesy of El Tigre, they served the best-pulled pork tacos but the chicken wings were my absolute favourite. The bars were being tended by the best mixologists in the nation, they truly scouted only the best to do wonders to the already refined Jameson whiskey and these mixologists did not disappoint.

The DJs at the event were in abundance from the only female DJ at the event DJ Alba, who had the ladies screaming girl power and equality. To DJ Tumi Mohammed, DJ Castro, DJ Kent was unfortunately not able to make it, DJ Dreas, and last but definitely least Zottie the DJ

The live performance line up was just as ridiculously awesome as there were live performances from some of the hottest artists in the country. The Yesterday as melodic as always gave a wonderful performance. For the RnB lovers, there was Waters, who serenaded the crowd with his amazing voice and left the ladies in absolute awe and Ian Lovely who set the stage on fire.

Khadijah looked absolutely amazing with her dancers, who had killer moves. Yeezir brought everyone to the front with his performance and always its it such an honour to hear his voice. KP Illest was the last performance of the night and as always he brought it, he did not disappoint, when he brought out Skrypt it was a very much welcomed surprise, and the crowd especially the ladies went wild.

People danced the night away and for the purpose of the event connected with one another and new friends were mad and some Jameson was drunk.

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