Okay well, he never really left but...yes, this pioneer rapper who made the Hikwa (fusion of Kwaito and Hip Hop) genre come to life is back and he made his return official with an album release party for his seventh studio album, 'Uuyelele'.
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The celebration of the album of the release was held at Moonrise Bar and Restaurant at Rundu and Nalebrity is feeling a little FOMO.
The stage was alight with some of the local artists with the 'Koko' hit-maker including Swart Baster, MIG and Zombie Explores.
Fans who attended the event, did not leave the event disappointed. Many described the party as entertaining and honestly, were we expecting anything less?
And so far, the critics who were there for business could not fault the event or his new offering.
“You can really see that Sunny Boy has taken time to perfect the album, unlike some local artists who work on an album for only a few months and then release it,” said talent finder Ben Iileka according to New Era.
Sunny Boy, whose real name is Sunday Shipushu, born at Oshakati and grew up at Ongwediva and explained some of the tracks on the album were made with the intention to inspire his fans.
Sunny believes his new album has more mature music and better sound quality, compared to his previous work.
When I listen to this album, I am proud to see that I have grown as an artist. I can confidently say that my music has reached a level of greatness. I am so proud.
Sunny Boy plans to shoot music videos for some of the tracks on the album but says he will do things a little differently this time around.
Mmm, we're excited to see the new twist he is planning on his musical journey- fans are already going crazy for the music and that's one thing Nalebrity won't be missing out on.
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