TopCheri And Manxebe To Host An Album Tour

Ghetto Love is receiving rave reviews

By  | Jun 03, 2021, 05:00 PM 

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Top Cheri and Manxebe have recently released their much-anticipated album titled Ghetto Love and they have been receiving rave reviews for their album.

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The musicians have been promoting the album on social media and they are now set to host an album tour which is set to take place tomorrow in Soweto to Tsumeb. In a series of Instagram stores shared by TopCheri they were seen having a meeting with Windhoek Mayor John Shipululo and he supported them by purchasing several copies of their album.

Manxebe showed love to him by sharing a picture of them posing together with his album copies and thanked him for the support.

The 12th track album was released a few weeks ago and it is available on all digital platforms. Ghetto Love has been well received by many people across the country and it has been trending on social media.

The album showcases the artists' incredible work ethic, hard work, and how passionate they are about their crafts. They recently released a music video titles Ethanje and it has been getting rave reviews. The visuals look clean.

The album has been on everyone's lips recently following Manxebe and TopCheri's publicity stunt. This follows after shocking images of them in bed seemingly naked surfaced on social.

This further fuelled romance rumors between the two and fans were convinced that they have been having a secret affair. After setting tongues wagging wildly on social media with the pictures, they let the cat out of the bag that they were shooting the album's cover.

Top Cheri has over the years cemented herself as one of the country's top entertainers who wears many hats. She dabbles as a writer, musician, and brand ambassador. The star rose to fame after releasing many of her popular songs such as Calling Heaven, Goodman  Hangover, and more.

She recently considered dropping the mic but had a change of thought not to. She later released a statement on social media apologizing to his fans and said she has been struggling with depression.

"Apologies for that premature announcement on Thursday regarding “Quitting”. Like many other, if not all entertainers, I have been fighting battles with depressions and battles of normalizing and adjusting to the new normal. Nobody wants to talk about it, I guess because in Namibia mental health is a “sensitive issue."

Manxebe is also one of the country's talented young artists. Having worked with several artists, the musician's future is shining bright. His great work ethic and passion for music are some of the things his fans love about him.

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