Gazza Partners With KFC Namibia

This is what you need to do in order to purchase his album

By  | Sep 21, 2021, 07:12 PM 

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Multi-award winning rapper Gazza continues to secure the bag and his career is on an upward trajectory. The musician has partnered with KFC Namibia to launch his much anticipated album Messiah.

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Gazza approached the fast food company to be the official judge and mentor for the 50/50 festive campaign which became a success and now he has launched KFC's Zula Bucket with the company

“Working with Gazza and his team, to scout for undiscovered music talent in Namibia, was epic, so when he proposed we partner again on the launch of his Messiah album, there was no holding us back,” said Ricky Brown, General Manager of KFC Namibia.

“Bringing Gazza’s latest album to our consumers, when they purchase one of our most affordable product offerings, is a stroke of genius and it gives our customers a taste of what KFC really stands for, which is customer satisfaction, enjoyment and affordability at every turn,” he added.

According to the statement, the Messiah album will be launched over 8 weeks through KFC restaurants with a song release every week. Each song will be available t stream for a specific week only and once a the week ends, a new song can be unlocked with  anew code. Fans who unlock 6 songs will be then be able to stream the full album on Africentric.

Gazza was supposed to release the album Messiah a few  weeks ago but he lost his loved ones and delayed releasing this album.

"It is with great sadness and disappointment that I have decided to postpone the release of my album Messiah. My mind, spirit, and energy is not in the right place to release such a personal body of work. This comes after the loss of close relatives in a short period of time. My heart goes out to everyone dealing with grief ad mental health challenges during this pandemic. I will be using the following two weeks to focus on my family and allow my energy and spirit to get up to the right place," he shared.

He said his management will keep his fans updated on the revised release date soon. "My management will be keeping you up to date with any developments through the GMP social media tour, announcements, and our revised release schedule."

In an interview with  The Namibian, he said the album will bring positive vibes to everyone in light of all the challenges we are currently due to the COVID-19 outbreak which has brought everything to a complete standstill and claimed several years.

“It's good vibes, lessons learned, while I am using my platform to raise awareness on important issues. I think with this cloud of darkness hanging over everyone, 'Messiah' should also bring some positivity – a reason to dance and just find enjoyable moments. The beats are mad, it's a lot of fun, too,” he says.

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