Exploding onto the entertainment scene, with his one of a kind house tunes, Cox is making waves with his soon to be launched Revelation album.
Starting off in the industry as a producer, this young man knows no boundaries and took the leap at becoming his own artist, with the background of music that he has acquired under his production label, Cox Production. "I was inspired a lot by South African DJs and producers. I actually didn't start with house music. I was more a fan of RnB and then I found out that with house music, one can play around with cultural African sounds, which brings out that motherland sound which is much appreciated in Africa," he says.
Now amassed in the R&B sounds, he could transcend that to his now new found love for House music, still adding some jazz and R&B elements to the sound creating a purely Cox trend to his beats. "Taking Namibians to the dance floor with home brewed music," he reflects on this new phenomenon. Cox has since made his mark with the Take you higher single, which is a fusion of local groove and dance music along with Respect (Efimaneko) and I'm so in love.
"I thought that Cox has been known for a long time as a producer and I was hesitant because I wanted to bring out the best of me. I have been under a lot of pressure from other producers and artists that I have been working with because always thought that I have the touch.
And I thought this is the time to reveal myself and hence the album title Revelation," he says.
He explains that as good as it is to now be in the forefront, and doing his thing, the challenge was mainly the transition from producer to artist. "I have a lot of soul and the environment that I have associated myself with and even those that I have worked with are into that. I would still want to bring live elements into the studio but for now my mind has been stuck on house elements and I find it very interesting," he says.