The Tswazis are 'Critical But Stable'

30 November 2018 | Art and Entertainment

The Tswazis are launching their long-awaited fourth album titled 'Critical But Stable' today in Keetmanshoop.

The duo, comprised of Raxa and Eldazz, have taken the Namibian music industry by storm. Their new album boasts a wealth of lyrical skills spread over a wide variety of music styles and genres.

Ever since their entrance into the Namibian music industry in 2011, Tswazis have worked their way up to become the most favoured duo in Namibia. They have captured the hearts of Namibians with their lyrically powerful and catchy songs and vibrant stage performances which they showcase during each performance.

When asked why they chose the name for their album they said that they have been through a lot during the past three years, the whole inspiration behind the album is everything they went through, the ups and downs, the sad and happy times.

“We fall and we rise but we are still there no matter how hard and difficult things get,” said Raxa

The album has 16 tracks with a mixture of all genres. “The Tswazis do not have a specific genre,” said Raxa jokingly. The album is aimed to be a fun and entertaining album with a key message in every song.

“It's a festive album. The Tswazis are all about good vibes, getting people on the dance floor and happy but yet, there is always a powerful message behind every song that people can relate to,” said Eldazz.

The Tswazis added that they collaborated on a few songs with Artist of the Year Kalux, Dice, Tate Buti, Mojo and Samatha. They have also released their single 'Skitti' which will be on the album, and the song has taken the country by storm and is enjoyed by most.

The album will be officially released today and will be available at all local music retailer shops and fans can buy themselves an album from the stars directly as they will be hitting the road for a roadshow during December.

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