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My Nigga Get Rich wants unity

23/11/2017
by   Rosalia David
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My Nigga Get Rich, real name Paulus Njambi has released a new song titled This Is Namibia, promoting unity amongst all Namibian people.

According to the Grootfontein based artist, the song aims to encourage local musicians to start working together as one to develop the industry and the country in general.

“The song speaks about working together and promoting the beautiful natural resources we have in Namibia to attract more tourists to our country,” Get Rich says.

This is Namibia is produced by a local production stable from his hometown called Mr Gospel while he notes that he will be dropping the single at different radio stations soon when he is freed from work.

Perhaps what motivates him is his unique style which revives the 90s Hip Hop dress code of dull-rags, baggy pants and extra-large shirts with tattoos and numerous gold chains.

Get Rich, who visited The Villager to drop his single, says he will be entering the Namibian Music Awards (NAMAS) because his fans have advised him to.

“I want to enter for the NAMAS because everyone around me is telling me to grab the opportunity, so, I will enter and I hope they will nominate me,” Get Rich notes.

The Namibian rapper will also be releasing his album soon though no exact date has been mentioned yet.

He says, “I will be dropping my album so that people can have a lot of songs to enjoy for the whole year, hopefully by next year because I am already done with the design and everything.”

When asked about the challenges he faces being a musician from a small town, Get Rich says he does not cry about challenges but rather take them as a motivation.