Jaliza says ‘Aios’

22 October 2021 | Art and Entertainment

Limba Mupetami



WINDHOEK

Trinity Lounge and Bar in Windhoek will be a vibe with Swakopmund-born ma/gaisa singer Jaliza set to release her latest single on 27 October.

The ‘Ditsa ta ra’ (meaning “I try to do my best”) hit-maker said her new song is titled ‘Aios’, which means “thank you” and features Top Cheri.

“The story behind this song is the undying support for the J-Force (Jaliza Force), my fans who have been rooting for me since day one. The song is a token of appreciation to my fans for the love and support they have shown me over the years,” the songstress said.

“I feel like most people will relate to the song. They will be able to connect and dance to it.”

She added that her intention with the show is a comeback onto the music scene. “I took time off to work on myself and I'm ready to work hard. This is my homecoming,” she said.

Jaliza so far has one album, #Gomtere (“believe me”).

Doors open at 19:00. Entrance is N$50. First 30 ladies get free shooters.

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