The Namibian (Windhoek)

28 November 2012

Namibia: Tequila Drops 'Unbreakable'

Reigning Nama Female Artist of the Year TeQuila has recently released her third studio album entitled 'Unbreakable'.

Her previous album 'Golden Sunset' was released back in July 2011.

'Unbreakable' was launched in Rundu and later in Windhoek at the beginning of November. The singer says her time as Female Artist of the Year was a very busy one. Besides taking the top prize at the Namas she also took part in the Last Band Standing, where she went all the way to the finals and took fifth place. TeQuila was also one of the three Namibian artists that performed at the Heart of Windhoek Music Festival.

"I have done so much this year, I travelled and had shows all over the country, didn't really perform outside the country, but we did have one show in Livingston, Zambia."

There will be no time to rest for the busy artist as she will be performing at shows in different parts of the country to promote her new album. In December she will head to the southern town of Oranjemund where she will take to the stage at the Diamond Festival on December 12. TeQuila will also be joining the Castle Lager Roadshow and will perform in Oshakati on December 22.

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