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Ethnix drops another heart-warming single

by Rosalia David

Windhoek based duo Etjo and Page collectively known as Ethnix have done it again with the release of a brand-new heart-warming single titled Omaronga.

Speaking to Vibe, Etjo said the song is dedicated to her late parents who passed on in 2016.

“The song basically is a dedication to our parents, I just felt like I need to honour them and express myself. I don’t really know how to do the direct translation but it is an emotional song indeed. It is a song full of love and that is why we decided to drop it on Valentine’s Day,” she explained.

Page further opened up saying that his version is also a dedication to his mom as he was raised by a single parent.

“It is not just a dedication song but it's something we wrote from the bottom of our hearts,” Page said.

Although the song is finally out, Etjo said it was not a walk in the park working on it saying that it took them almost six months to do the final touches.

“It took us a lot of time to finish the song because every time I worked on a chorus I wept a little getting all emotional and all that about my parent’s death, but its finally out now,” Etjo sadly noted.

The song was produced by Andrew, a budding producer who has worked with musicians such as Neslow.

When asked why the duo decided to drop the song on Valentine’s Day, they said it’s a perfect day to show love.

Apart from the single, the duo has also dropped the Omutima music video two months ago which they said was well received by music lovers.

The video currently stands at 4.3k views.