Waters to headline second Hunter’s tjil Sessions

A family performance

02 July 2021 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE







WINDHOEK

A partnership between Hunter’s Namibia and Namibian Sun’s tjil is rooted in allowing Namibians to continue enjoying the magic of the music and supporting musicians. For its sophomore episode, the line-up consists of singers Waters and SHE, who will be performing with a live band.

Waters is a singer born and raised in Windhoek. In an interview with tjil, he mentioned he has been making music since he was 14 years old and always had a passion for creating.

He added that he studies graphic design when he is not making music.

“My biggest inspiration comes from Motown Music; the soul that comes people like Marvin Gaye and Al Green are crazy. They make vulnerability look sexy and I hope to reach level in my career,” he shared.

‘Feels like family’

On headlining the second edition of the Hunter’s tjil Sessions, Waters said it is an honour for him to share his magic on this platform.

“Having people like Kevo Maro and Kakia do it before me was amazing when I watched it.

“Being a part of it now is huge. I feel like this platform is going to go far as many artists would want to be on it. The organisers are welcoming, and at this point, it feels like a family,” the crooner said.

Adhering to Covid-19 regulations, the show will not be open to the public to physically attend, but it will be streamed live on Namibian Sun and Hunter’s Namibia’s Facebook pages.