Koxa debuts solo single ‘Manga Etango Inalitoka’
In an interview with tjil, Koxa explained that ‘Manga Etango Inalitoka’ translates to "before sunset".
“It is a reminder that as you wake up every morning, make sure that you get a dollar before sunset," he said.
Accompanying this track is a visually stunning music video shot by Spectrum Media at Afrique Studios. Koxa, the visionary behind the video's conceptualisation, collaborated with stylist Katti Cotton Eater to ensure an aesthetically rich portrayal of his musical narrative.
Koxa also revealed a budding partnership with Stuttafords Namibia, a union set to elevate his stage presence.
"The drip in my latest music video is courtesy of Stuttafords Namibia. It is the beginning of our partnership," he said, adding that the retailer will now be dressing him for all his music videos and performances.
Versatility and depth
While his solo debut marks a pivotal moment in his career, Koxa's no stranger to the music industry. Formerly part of the duo Tuko and Koxa, he has previously contributed to the success of two albums, 'Toast' in 2012 and 'Kasinova' in 2013, showcasing his versatility and depth as an artist.
Despite his extensive experience, he affirmed that he isn't rushing into releasing a full-length album. Instead, he intends to craft and release singles, allowing each to stand as a testament to his evolving sound.
"I am not in a hurry to put out an album, but I will keep on recording and releasing songs as singles until I am confident to package it as a body of work," he said, demonstrating a commitment to refining his craft before presenting a cohesive project to his audience.
Koxa's foray into solo stardom with ‘Manga Etango Inalitoka’ promises a thrilling journey, setting the stage for a new chapter in the vibrant tapestry of Namibian music.
“The response to the song and video has been overwhelmingly positive. I am thankful to everyone showing support for my music, and I promise to keep the good music coming."