9 November 2012

Namibia: PDK Enthrall Oshikango

Oshikango — The popular trio of the famous album titled Moko put up a five star display when they performed at the Helao Nafidi Trade Expo here on Saturday The PDK trio, composed of Patrick Mwashindange aka P, Dion Aula aka D and Christian Andreas aka Kamtonyo, appeared on stage to a rapturous applause just around eight O'clock, did not disappoint their legion of fans that thronged their favourite tent by churning out their popular hits Moko and Dirty Kandeshi .

These songs were spiced by songs from their yet to be released new album Fiyotakushi literally meaning "Till Sun Rise" in English language.

Fans were also treated to Tosh Tosh and other upcoming artists from the Oshikango from six O'clock (18h00). However, he had to endure the booing from revelers who felt that they had outlived their time on stage. Not taking anything away from him, the young and stocky artist gave a good account of himself as he played his songs from his first album. However, it was the PDK trio who gave fans entertainment out of the top drawer. Complimented by Dirty Kandeshi's nimble-footedness on the dance floor, the PDK had a memorable show.

The trio looked as energetic as ever starting with their trademark greeting of giving praise to the Almighty and their Namibian fans. They churned songs that include Oda Mukokotwa, Ndaswaka and others from the hot Moko album.

Some of the fans had come from as far Ondangwa, Oshakati, Eenhana, Okongo and the border town of Angola. The dancing entourage was in a jubilant mood, but the night belonged to Patrick who is never short of new dancing antics. The Windhoek based group under the Omalaeti label were a marvel to watch because of their excellent vocal and dancing artistry, holding nothing back for their fans sending them into a frenzy.

This famous trio proved to be in class of their own. The group is receiving maximum reviews and requests from revelers in Namibian shebeens with their 18 track album Moko, which has not been ignored since its launch in 2011.

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