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Paul Da Prince features Cleo Ice Queen and Dope G

by Rosalia David

Local entertainer, Paul Da Prince, has jumped the ship to feature Zambian musician and former Big Brother housemate Cleo Ice Queen and Dope G on a remix of his new single titled Slow Motion.

With the new song receiving overwhelming airplay and topping the local charts, Paul Da Prince told Vibe that he has always wanted to jump on a track with the two talented musicians.

“When I thought of doing music, I always wanted to work with Cleo and Dope G. It was just a matter of time. Besides that, me and Cleo are good friends,” he explains.

Although Slow Motion was recorded in Zambia, Paul said the song was officially produced locally by Dj Potpher.

“Dj Potpher is a Namibian producer who has worked with artists such as Tequila and many others” Paul says.

Although Paul has released two singles recently, he says he will only be working on his next album by mid next year.

When asked whether he will be taking part in the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAS), Paul says he might register with his new singles.

“I am not sure yet because I am a foreigner and already on TV, so I will see if I can enter with the new singles especially the song I featured KP Illest. I don’t really do music for the NAMAS,” Paul tells Vibe.

The RNB sensation further says that the Slow Motion song is his last project for the year and will only be working on new projects by next year.

While giving a hint about his up and coming projects, Paul adds that he has no plans of living his profession to doing music full time but will however continue to entertain his fans.