Superstar Becomes The First Namibia Song To Feature On BBC Radio 1Xtra Africa 360 Playlist

Congratulations girl!

By  | Mar 18, 2021, 11:06 AM 

Post main image
Rapper Lioness is beaming with pride after her hit single Superstar, has become the first Namibian song to be featured on BBC Radio 1Xtra.

Read More: Lioness Drops A New Single!

The rapper released the song a few weeks ago to rave reviews and she took to social media to share the exciting news.  In a post on Instagram, she revealed that her song is part of the Africa 360 playlist on the radio and it is featured alongside other songs from African giants in the music industry.

"How crazy is it that “superstar” is the first Namibian song to be featured on @bbc1xtra Africa 360!!! Alongside African giants . Special thanks to @iamdjedu @bbc1xtra @bbc100women," she shared.


Lioness dropped a music video of the single recently and fans are loving it. From the visuals to execution everything is pure perfection. The rapper has successfully juggled between her two careers, a singer and a doctor. She is one of the few musicians whose presence immediately grabs the attention of the audience around her. 

Her determination and hard work have not gone unnoticed and she has been given the recognition she deserves in the industry. Despite not having been a part of the industry for a long time, Lioness has set her eyes on being one of the greatest female rappers in Namibia, as well as all over Africa. 

She has proven that you can succeed in two professions like Chikune who revealed yesterday that she is officially a qualified medical doctor. In a lengthy post on her Instagram account, the musician and doctor revealed the exciting news and reflected back on how she remained positive through trials and tribulations, "FINAL RESULTS ARE IN! I PASSED FAM 😭😭YOUR CHIKU IS OFFICIALLY A WHOLE DOCTOR!! Today I looked back at my life thus far, and I noticed how much of a double life I have led during my studies ... From my first Broadway musical when I was a 1st year Med student, all just to make some pocket money to try and support myself, to have the greatest fight between what my heart wanted and what I had to do it for my family ... But I was determined to do both and I can sleep knowing that I have achieved a lot by just believing in God's path for me, " she wrote.

Image Cred: Okay Africa
Read more