Namibians Bring Kamo Mphela To Tears

What an emotional moment

By  | May 12, 2021, 09:32 AM 

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Amapiaono star Kamo Mphela, is one of South Africas fastest rising stars and it without a doubt that she is destined for greatness. The dancer turned musician rose to fame with her dance videos and she has managed to create a name for herself in the entertainment industry.

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Kamo's is currently at the peak of his career and she deserves it. The singer closed off 2020 on a good note as she was featured on MFR Soul's smash hit Amanikiki. The song had partygoers jamming to it during the festive season and it is has garnered 15 million views on YouTube.

To prove that she is a queen and she can do this thing, this year Kamo released her own single Nkulunkulu and it's currently rocking the airwaves.

The popular song has even stolen the hearts of many people in the country. Kamo was recently billed to perform at a popular restaurant in Windhoek, The Catch and she livened up the stage. The singer shut down the venue with her song Amanikiki and her stellar performance that left the enthusiastic crowd begging for more.

Taking to her Instagram page, Kamo shared a video of her taking a walk on the beach to see the sunrise. The video featured her performance from The Catch where she is seen shedding tears as the crowd is cheering and singing along to her song. The singer was overwhelmed by the love and support and she captioned the video "In the end, stars align" Clearly Kamo had a great time in the country and it was great having her bless us with her presence.

Our very own talented DJ Alba even got to rub shoulders with the SA star and it seemed they had a great time sharing the stage together, we wonder if they will soon start working together.

Speaking to Mac-G on Mag G's Podcast And Chill, Kamo said she wants to make the most of her fame because you do not stay famous forever. "The fame doesn't last that long so you have to make the most of it while you still have time. That's what people don't understand. It's not a lifetime thing unless you are legendary." She added.

"Cassper is still the biggest artist but he still has to convince people that he is the best. I don't want to go through that personally. There's only so much you can do in your own country. Fill Up was the biggest so what's next? It's easy to get to the top but it's hard to stay there."

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