PDK Host Successful Launch For 'Grateful'

Another Lit Launch

By  | Jun 10, 2019, 11:50 AM

Namibian musical trio PDK, consisting of Patrick Mwashindange, Dion Auala and Kamtonyo Andreas held an exclusive launch for their latest album 'Grateful' on  Friday.

The event took place at the National Museum of Namibia and was attended by the who's who including the media.

The trio which took the media into an intimate discussion on their newly released album also pulled off amazing performance at the launch which surely kick started the weekend on the right note.

Speaking at the launch, Mwashindange who seemed to be the lead singer of the group mentioned  that 'Grateful' is their group's 12th album, with 15 songs of varying tempos and topics.

He added that, although they always try to push the envelope and be unique, this particular project was more personal in an attempt to redefine the PDK brand in general.

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“We want people to just enjoy the music, laugh with us and hopefully get through tough times they could be going through,” he said, pointing to 'Omnhu Woye', 'Hambelela' and 'Opo' as his favourite tracks.

The audience could not contain their excitement after the Dj started playing Hambelela, it is definitely one of the most loved and most popular song on the Grateful album.

After Hambelela the group took us back in time with an outstanding performance of the 'Golf' song alongside legendary artist Teshlavo.

Questioned on how they have managed to stick together as a group for so many years, Mwashindange said it only takes patients and tolerance.

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"We have known each other for such a long time, that's the good part. When Dion or Kamtonyo is mad at me and i know i was wrong, i walk away to avoid unnecessary engagements and they do the same," he said.

Grateful further  features songs such as  'Ondeya', which has naughty undertones and samples Marvin Gaye's 'Sexual Healing'; 'Nobody', a song about being in control of one's own life, and 'Inihala' with an old school traditional sound.

Get the Grateful album today.

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Photo Credit: Facebook/PDK