Hot and popping hits for November
26 November 2020 | Art and Entertainment
Lize Ehlers; Musician; “It is a song for everyone to sing along to.”
With the year drawing to a close, November has not disappointed, delivering some sizzling hits.
The latest hits bear testament that Namibian music is improving. Moreover, this growth has provided music lovers with the quality they deserve.
The likes of Lize Ehlers, Chikune, Paul da Prince and Bella Harris have staked their claim in the music industry by dropping awesome songs.
Most will enjoy Lize Ehlers’ latest offering, “Happy”.
Ehlers, the 2019 NBC/MTC Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) Artist of the Year, collaborated with recently crowned Artist of the Decade Gazza (Lazarus Shiimi) for this smash hit.
The amapiano song has some catchy instrumentals and the hook has a playful melody that is easy to sing along to.
A colourful video was also recently shot and released for the song in which the likes of actor and MC Adriano Visagie and model Rodelio Lewis featured.
“Happy” is a sensational summer groove.
According to Ehlers, it is a mental health song. “It is a song for everyone to sing along to. I wanted to keep up peoples’ spirits,” she said.
Another November hit that will have Namibian music fan on the dance floor this December, is “Musuverua” by 2016 NAMAs Female Artist of the Year’s Chikune’s (Colleen Leitner), who collaborated with Kboz (Bosley Keya) for the track.
“Musuverua” means my love in Otjiherero.
Chikune’s dynamic voice provides beautiful imagery with sensual and seductive lyrics, which are a mixture of Otjiherero, English and Kiswahili. The singer’s voice control is exceptional.
The amapiano hit is one that is not difficult to press the repeat button to thanks to its soothing vocals and slightly up tempo beat.
Another amapiano song that is making waves, is “Muntu ni muntu” by Bella Harris.
“Munit ni munti” means “to each one his or her own” in Subia.
Bella Harris (Namata Kabeande) sticks to her roots and does the entire song in her mother tongue, Subia. The danceable and catchy track is easy on the ear and something that can be pumped out loud on speakers.
Paul Munanjala, commonly known as Paul da Prince, also presented his latest offering “Make Time”. It is a refreshing song.
The Namibian-based R&B sensation who hails from Zambia, has a soulful voice. He is also the host of NBC programme “Whatagwan” and has hosted the NAMAs on several occasions.
In the song, Paul da Prince pleads with his dream girl to make time to get to know him.