We all love a good party or event with awesome food, drinks and of course, music. Yes the music has to be on point because you might as well opt to be in the comfort of your house with good food and drinks to enjoy yourself. Read more about Gimme some respect
Linus Haimbodi, better known by his stage name TrapStar, is a promising Hip Hop artist with a dream of conquering the music industry. He recently dropped his first single which has been receiving airplay on TV and radio, and has created a buzz about him. Besides being a Hip Hop artist, he is a final year Business Information Systems Honours student at the International University of Management (IUM). Some might know him for his smash hit single titled Missing You which has enjoyed airplay on NBC’s Whatagwan or heard his songs on local radio stations. Read more about The rise of TrapStar
If there was one thing that you wouldn’t want to lose on your body what would it be? For singer Sean K it would definitely be his voice! He literally told the doctors that anything else could go - just not his voice or vocal cords as he was ready to go into theatre. Sean K talks to tjil about his recovery and the debut album that had to be put on hold.
The recovery Read more about Status update: Okay
We got to know him as the Mshasho golden boy with sick dance moves that will leave you speechless; we got to respect him for being a loyal to his master, Mr Dogg and now we love him for breaking out of his ‘shy shell’ with his killa track Sabi, and we shall surely adore him as he comes out with a new name. Yes it’s Chester… Chester House Prince. Tjil had a sit down with the new house kid on the block on the transition from being in the background to being in the forefront with people in his background. Read more about Taking the bold step forward
One of Namibia’s very lyrical artists who is very outspoken Qondja aka Samuel finally speaks out to tjil for the first time about his album Wealthy Governments that sold for N$1 000 per copy and who Samuel is.
Qonja vs Samuel Read more about Harambee is a brand
Jerome Gawanab, known better by his stage name as Jericho or J Twizzle, has been on the Namibian music scene for the past decade. Even after such a long time in the industry he continues to win the hearts of a large fan base. Jericho has not only gifted Namibians with his hard-hitting music that many have likened to that of 2Pac. The multi-award winning rapper has worked on few inspirational short films and he also featured in the award-winning film Katutura. Jericho has been out of the media for the past three years and now he’s ready to bring back the good name of Namibian Hip-Hop. Read more about He's back!
Movies have been part of most people’s lives across the world. Most children grew up watching Disney movies about princesses and magical animals that could talk. And as we grew into adulthood our animated memories became stories of hobbits and rings, and heroes and villains. To most, the idea of movies and films has become an escape from reality shaping the routine of our day-to-day lives. Moments in which we get to enter a new world where the unrealistic and fantastic becomes normal. And personally we feel a trip to the Namib Desert is just what the world needs. Read more about The Mummy in Namibia
Nikhita Winkler will be performing A journey through Change that will be her second production since her return to Namibia. The show, sponsored by Bank Windhoek, FRDT and FNCC will take place on 26 May at FNCC starting at 19:30. It highlights a journey through separation, transition and incorporation into a new society. On the night of the event there will be performances by Lize Ehlers, Shalu Chisenga from Zambia, Tapz from Savannah Afros and poet Keith Vries. Read more about It is all about change
Loide Nantinda is a writer, actress, and a model.
She attended film school in Cape Town South Africa where she majored in acting. She has also appeared on South Africa TV shows like Generations and Stokvel.
She started training and interning for various organisations in New York like Embracing Artists New York that has helped shaped her behind-the-camera skills, writing and managing her own career as a business. “I have gone on employment exile because I don’t want to sit at home on my degree. Read more about She’s all for women
Zephyr Namibia held its second annual fashion show on Saturday night featuring garments by six up-and-coming Namibian designers: Christine Visser, Sean Renaldo Cloete, Happy Xamises, Maila Kalipi, Salmi Shilongo and Matheus Erastus. The models were the 39 Miss Grand Namibia finalists.
Matheus Erastus won Best Overall Designer Collection.
He will be on the judging panel of Miss Grand Namibia 2016 and he will also design the international wardrobe for the winner of Miss Grand Namibia 2016 to wear in Las Vegas in October 2016. Read more about The grandest of them all