Various - Oviritje - Music From Northern Namibia FLAC album
Eto O Rorooso Various - Oviritje - Music From Northern Namibia (Cass).
The music of Namibia includes a number of folk styles, as well as pop, rock, reggae, jazz, house and hip hop. The Sanlam-NBC Music Awards and the Namibian Music Awards are two separate institutions that give out annual awards at shows on December 2 and May 6 respectively. The Namibia Society of Composers and Authors of Music (NASCAM) has helped promote Namibian music within and outside the country.
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The music of Namibia has a number of folk styles, as well as pop, rock, reggae, jazz, house and hip hop. The Sanlam-NBC Music Awards and the NASCAM) has helped promote Namibian music within and outside the country. Folk music accompanies storytelling or dancing. The Namaqua use various strings, flutes and drums while the Bantu use. The Herero people's oviritje is popularly known as konsert.
Namibian Music Awards and Sanlam Music Awards. Afrikaans music is also popular in Namibia Afrikaans music primarily influenced by European folk music In Namibia it is more popular among the white communities Stefan Ludik is the most successful Afrikaans musician.
Davido scooped the Award for the Pan African Artist of the Year – Sponsored by Standard Bank Namibia beating south african Rapper AKA and Heavy K, Nigeria’s Davido and PSquare. Below is the full list of winners. Lifetime Achievement Award. The Original Jazz Masters. Best Afrikaans – Sponsored by Coca-Cola. Christopher The Grand – Kuier. Best Gospel – Sponsored by the Directorate of Arts.
Namibia Music is an online platform designed to showcase & promote Namibian Talent (New songs, Albums, Videos, Events & More). Address: Windhoek, Namibia.
|A1||–Ozondundu Za Kambekura||Ozoseua|
|A4||–Lady Skelly||Colin Song|
|A5||–Ovikango Concert Group||Skuturu|
|A6||–Jenny Golden Voice||Katjekongunio|
|B1||–Mr. Kengi||Flamingo 2013|
|B2||–Metuapehi Mutjangatjike||Nai Nai|
|B3||–Oviritje||Eto O Rorooso|
|B6||–Otjetoveni Ya Tjzvanda||Instrument|