#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Matongo Family

This legendary Namibian music trio first stole our hearts when they broke onto the scene over two decades ago. Many Namibians grew up to the music of these guys and they rose to fame with their unique sound and epic performances. Starting out as dancers, Themba Matongo (Thembizo) and Strauss Lunyangwe (Stravo) were introduced very early on to the competitive …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Sally Boss Madam

On this throw edition of ‘The Tribe’, we take a moment to sit down with 2018 NAMAs Female Artist of The Year Sally Boss Madam. We talk about her last album ‘My Black’ which is still ruling airwaves and dance floors across Namibia as well as her NAMAs experience.  How was it like working on your album ‘My Black’? To …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Vaughn Ahrens 

Singer/songwriter and guitarist Vaughn Ahrens has always been surrounded by music. He has learnt so much over the years that he refuses to make mediocre music.  “Music has always been a part of my house growing up because we’re a very musical household. I’m the only one that plays an instrument but I’ve probably got the worst voice in my …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Top Cheri

Formerly known as Monica Moroki, Top Cheri has brilliantly transformed her brand over the years. She went from being a writer, a journalist and even a social media star with thousands of fans following the witty and often scandalous fictional stories she’d post online. Top Cheri sat down with #TheTribeFeaturing to talk music, rebranding and finding her way in an …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Tapz Munya

Multitalented Tapz Munya who hails from Zimbabwe, is an ethnomusicologist who was inspired to tap into the authentic African elements of music for his solo debut. He talks unity through music, representing Namibia beyond borders and his journey as a Afropolitan performer whose music knows no borders. Tell us about ethnomusicology, what exactly is that? Ethnomusicology is the study of …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Reeziana

Afrikaans rapper Reeziana joins Ché on #TheTribeExclusive to talk about her music career and what it means to be a female musician in Namibia. How did you get into music? Music has always been a dream. I was writing but I just didn’t have the confidence to say that I love music and that I want to do music.  But …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring BLVC BOXX

Blvc Boxx Entertainment graced #TheTribeExclusive studio with their energetic presence to talk about their work and just what Blvc Boxx movement is all about.  Birthed in August 2017, Blvc Boxx has come a long way as a music label and movement and has become one of the most vibrant music groups in Namibian music today.  Consisting of lead female act, …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Sam-E Lee Jones

Superstar producer Sam-E Lee Jones has gone from producing in his room as a teenager to producing award-winning music for some of Namibia’s top musicians.  He chats to ‘The Tribe’ about his journey to the top and what makes him tick … A lot of people don’t know that you’ve been producing ever since your days on UNAM campus. What …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring Nga-I

The one and only King of Trap, Nga-I chats to Ché about his music and dreams of making it big internationally on this episode of #TheTribeExclusive. Declaring that he will be signed to Universal Music Group by 2020, the rapper  What’s it like for dreams to come true?   For the longest, I was told I was just making music for …

#TheTribeExclusive Featuring D-Naff

Namibian award winning gospel hip-hop artist D-Naff, is still on fire.  On this episode, he opens up about his philosophy on forgiveness, building a timeless brand and taking Namibian music beyond borders.  The Tribe: You’re the first hip hop artist to introduce Namibia to gospel hip-hop, and I think from there the guys were also inspired. Would you say your …