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Young T brings The Wise Ruler this Saturday

by Rosalia David

Young Tulina Ndafyaalako aka Young T will be releasing his fourth Album titled The Wise Ruler this coming Saturday.

His album will consist of 21 tracks on which he promises growth and great quality.

“I believe the album is going to blow up because I have unique sound and it is going to demonstrate growth but still with the same young T sound, I am still doing what other artists fails to do or don’t want to do,” Young T said.

Young T also believes that The Wise Ruler will be number one.

The album will be launched at Walvis Bay on 9 December.

When asked whether he will be able to pull in a large crowd after many musicians failed to attract fans to their CD launches this year, he said he is directly connected to his fans and believe they are going to attend the launch.

“I am directly connected to my fans through social media platforms and I have gotten positive responses already, so it might be the biggest show in Namibia,” he confidently said.

On this album he worked with other acts such as Juju Boy from Botswana, Exit, Neslow, WizBlack, Predator skills, Rosvida and Baxxa.

He also worked with two local producers, Sam E Lee Jones and S2.

The 27 year old also told Vibe that he will be entering for the NAMAs this year.

“I will obviously enter for the NAMAs I am always going to be part of that music competition,” Young T said.

He also said his favourite songs on the album are Andeende, Nanghelo and UGU and Rockaz Anthem featuring Exit.