- Amapiano star Kamo Mphela was recently overwhelmed by the support she received from Nambia
- The singer performed in the country recently and was pleasantly surprised by the love she received
- Kamo recently released her own single titled Nkulunkulu and is rocking the airwaves with her music
Kamo Mphela was brought to tears by the support she received from her fans in Namibia. Kamo is one of the most promising young stars in South Africa and she has managed to carve a name for herself in the music industry.
Kamo's is currently at the peak of her career and she deserves it. She was featured in MFR Soul's hit song Amanikiki and it has been upwards since. This year Kamo released her single Nkulunkulu and Namibia is also showing her all the love.
It has since gone viral and has even stolen the hearts of many people. Kamo was recently featured at a popular restaurant in Windhoek and she performed to a packed house, having fans begging for more.
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Kamo also shared a video of herself singing along to her song The Catch while on the beach. Kamo was overwhelmed by the support she received from her fans and she shared a video of herself thanking them.
Kamo rubbed shoulders with some Namibian celebrities and they loved her energy too. The star is making big moves for herself and it can only get better from here on out.
Just last year, Kamo said that she wants to make the most out of her fame and it really looks like her hard work is paying off.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that DBN Gogo denied using political connections to help with her music career.
DBN Gogo is the daughter of former minister in the presidency Jeff Radebe. In a recent interview, the DJ spoke her truth and opened up about how she worked hard.
She said that she started from the bottom and the political status of her family didn't assist her with becoming successful. DBN Gogo stated that her parents only recently found out that she's a professional DJ anyway.
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