The Dogg has been nominated for the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) and will be performing at the award handover ceremony in Nigeria on the 12th November this year.
The Kwaito maestro who already has several international awards, was also the first Namibian artist to win a Kora Award.
The Dogg told Vibe that he is very excited to represent Namibia on an international platform saying that he cannot wait for the big event take place.
“I have been nominated for the AFRIMA awards including Sally Boss Madam. At least I will not be sitting alone because we are two that have been selected from Namibia,” he said.
He has been nominated in the African Fans category competing with musicians such as Koffi Olomide, Donald, Darassa, Ebony and others.
“Not everyone gets an opportunity like this, so I am honoured, and my performance will be a surprise, my wife will dress me, and she knows exactly what she has in store for me for the Nigerian performance,” The Dogg said.
He has also opened an entertainment spot in Ondangwa called The Vogue Lounge to add to his list of successes.
He has revealed to Vibe that he is also working on the release of his real jungle album, however, could not reveal the date of the release yet as he prefers the album to be a surprise to his fans.
“I won’t be able to tell you how many tracks the album has because I want it to be a surprise but the name remain concrete Jungle. I have been working on this album for two years now,” the Kwaito star said.
When Vibe asked how the successfully juggles music and business, he said that it is all about hard work and dedication.
“Music is also a business, but I balance everything well, I have a family to feed, and I make sure not to be too occupied being too busy has broken up a lot of homes, and for me my family is everything,” he adds.
To vote for the Dogg see the Afrima website.