• October 21st, 2020

The therapy in music



Musician Veekay, formally known as Vekaama Uzera (24), says music is one of the best stress relievers and keeps her calm at all times, healing both the mind and the soul. She says as soon as she starts singing, she becomes more of herself which is an incomparable and priceless feeling.

She has intentions of bringing new flavours to music with her latest album to be released next month. 
“I love bringing new taste, hence my latest single ‘Mukuendata’ is a first-ever Amapiano to be done in my native language Otjiherero, featuring Max-T and Page from Ethnix,” she shared. Her music genre is diverse as she’s experiencing all kinds of taste in music. Currently, she has released Afro-pop, Amapiano (house) and is still working on more different genres on her debut album. 

“Being authentic and unique is the way to go in this industry. I love challenges and go for anything I want, all for the soul that needs healing and in all honesty, the music industry is exciting at this point, knowing there are many artists who keep coming with their creativity and uniqueness and re-inventing themselves,” admitted Veekay.

 “All my life I’ve been diverse, as I come from a musical family, from joining choirs to doing live performances abroad, being recognised by a guy from Thailand who created my YouTube channel for me and shot my very first YouTube video (on Veekay’s Channel), then being recognised by GR promotions and now considered as an upcoming artist in Namibia,” acknowledged Veekay.

Veekay’s music career kicked off when she was acknowledged from her YouTube covers from abroad by her manager Gift Rukoro (GR Promotions) and as soon as she got back to Namibia she released her first single ‘Uatoora’, followed by Ami Naove featuring Uaatjo which caught people’s attention.
– psiririka@nepc.com.na


Paheja Siririka
2020-10-16 09:17:01 | 5 days ago

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