Black Fish releases second album
Despite facing numerous challenges, Black Fish is persistently chasing his dreams.
25 March 2019 | Art and Entertainment
Black Fish; Musician; “I expressed my feelings on this track on how orphans and street kids are suffering.
Ondjodhi is an Oshiwambo word which means “dream”.
The upcoming musician from Swakopmund said he chose the title because he is chasing his dream of becoming a successful musician.
The 16-track project features collaborations with other artists like Chinger, Mr Kele, B-Kay, Hitler and Tenant.
Black Fish said two songs are very special to him.
“Track three, titled ‘Moshilongo’, is one of my most sentimental songs on the album. I expressed my feelings on this track on how orphans and street kids are suffering. On track seven I am talking about love. I am also busy shooting a music video for this particular track.”
Andreas’ first album was titled Esimaneka, which means “respect” in Oshiwambo. Both of his albums were produced by Mr Kele of Ongushu Music Production.
Although the artist is on the right path in realising his dream, he still faces several challenges.
“I found it difficult to release the album because of financial problems and the marketing aspect. I am looking for a manager and I need sponsors to help me market my songs.”
Black Fish who does not have many accolades to his name, yet fosters ambitions of making a breakthrough in the international music scene.
“I want to put the Namibian industry on the world map by collaborating with international artists.”
The musician encouraged youngsters and aspiring musicians to stay true to who they are and believe in their plans.
“Work hard to reach your dream and stay away from negative friends.”