ML says she has been writing music for the longest of times, going back to her high school days. In a recent radio interview, she confessed to having a walkman with cassettes and Michael Jackson was one of her inspirations. During her university days, she met artists and friends Exit and Mushe and in between that, she recorded her first song Kushiinge. Her musical journey began upon her university completion, she started managing Exit and also featured on the classic song by Exit Go To Malawi.
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In 2016, she finally decided to finish her album The Diplomat, which she has been pushing back on a while which she launched in 2017. This year in March, ML launched her second album titled Independence which sums up the history of Namibia, telling the story in a musical form. The album has songs including Shimbungu, Cassinga, Windhoek City and Touches. It is available on all online purchasing platforms.
She says her contribution to the industry besides making hits is managing artists for a number of years. In her interview, she says being a young woman back then and ensuring that everything is planned and goes according to plan was not a walk in a park but she pulled it off and this is also visible in the success of Exit.
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That is not all, ML has recently announced that she will be sponsoring a music video shoot for up and coming artist Vikta Juice Boy simply because she believes he is hard working. This, we stan. ML also ensures that she involves the youth in her musical work as she has call outs for makeup artists, scriptwriters, designers and dancers who are barely given a chance to showcase their talent.
In the interview, ML said that she is a part-time artist as she has a full-time job as an economist and works for the government. She also engages the youth through social media by encouraging them to venture in agricultural entrepreneurship.
ML will be releasing two music videos of her own this week which is something to look forward to. We know we will love them because everything she makes touches our hearts.
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