The Namibian (Windhoek)

Namibia: D-Naff Drops 'Greatest Hits Volume One?

Music fans will have something to cheer about because Nafttaly Amukwelele, better known as D-Naff, has dropped his ‘Greatest Hits Volume 1’ album.

Considered to be the supreme gospel star and a very prominent artist at the Namibian music awards, D-Naff made history by becoming the first Namibian artist to release a Greatest Hits album.

The towering, soft-spoken artist has been dominating the ‘Best Gospel’ award over the past five years, except for last year when his album didn’t meet the deadline required for entrance.

The album contains super hits like ‘Oshagwana’, ‘Oshiholameno’ featuring TeQuila and the super hit ‘Tsipi-Tsipi’, which propelled D-Naff to the top as one of the biggest stars in local music.

Other great hits include the evergreen ‘Ngundu Yetu’, which highlights the singer’s vocal prowess, the brilliant ‘What A Mighty God We Serve’ and ‘Omwa Omunanghondo’ featuring the gifted Qondja over beautiful melodies and rapping.

Other interesting tracks on the album are ‘Ndaningine Meno’, ‘Yesus Oteuya’, the super exciting and my personal favourite ‘Eendombe Dhuushutu’ featuring TeQuila, the crown prince of Ma /Gaisa music Ou Stakes and the best from Kavango Region Swartbaster.

Definitely a must-have album for Gospel lovers. Available from Universal Sounds.

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