Having slowly climbed his way to the top of the Energy100 Hip hop chart with his single “Don’t let me fall” TheFutureIsGiggz is finally getting due recognition.
In the hit single the artist talks about coming back to the industry after a hiatus since his last release. He raps about taking his music seriously and not letting either his family or friends down.
24-year old Tangeni Ausiku is setting his eyes on being the Johanna Benson of the Hip hop industry. The young artist recorded his first song with the late producer Eclipse in 2009 with his then group Hot Chocolate. The song was titled “Hey Shorty” featuring local greats Bertholdt and KK.
Having recently graduated from the University of Namibia’s Law faculty, finding time to balance the two professions can be challenging.
“I haven’t really found the balance yet. I think they will always overlap. I find myself having to juggle the hours to fit in the music and the job. The job keeps the lights on and the steady cheque helps a lot, so till then I shall keep juggling the two” said TheFutureIsGiggz.
Having already made his mark with but a number of singles the artist is currently working on a project which fans can expect by the end of the year.
“I’m in no rush. Quality over quantity! Let’s hope I have enough quality songs by October, but for now, do expect a new record within the next week few weeks” TheFutureIsGiggz added.