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Youngizo to empower Ongwediva youth through dance lessons


Great news for all tricksters in Ongwediva who love dancing!

Dance requires a whole lot of talent but more than that, it requires passion and that is exactly what Megameno Hapulile better known by his stage name as Youngizo has to offer. Having worked with artists like Adora, Black Sheep, Killer Stars, Fresh Family and Alaska Fresh just to mention a Youngizo, Youngizo proved that dance has to come from deep within the soul to be felt around you.

“I started my dancing career in primary school but only got recognition in 2011 by fellow dancers and artists, I don’t talk much so dancing is the only way I best know how to express myself and what I feel, at the same time it pays and that is where I also got money to further my career so I bought sound systems and became a part time Dj around Ongwediva” He said.

“I felt like I was not doing enough for my community so when my friend Dancing Rasta from the Killer Stars came to me saying he has a plan to create a dancing academy in order to empower the youth through dancing, I did not hesitate so we created Dancing Addict Academy where we offer dancing lessons and it started earlier this month” he added.

Dancing Addict Academy can be found at the Ongwediva Sam Nujoma Multi-purpose centre as from 17:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for free different dance lesson in Kwaito, Hip hop, house music, and Meriam Kaxuxwena’s favourite Kwasa kwasa and so on.

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