We are so happy to see more and more Namibians get into content creating, starting their own blogs and YouTube channels because it means we get to consume our own stories. Even better, we get to tell them ourselves.
Here’s a list of some Namibian content we’ve been enjoying lately.
The secret is out. There’s a new way to relax and meditate in Windhoek and we feel everyone should try it at least once.
We recently attended a very fun Secret Sunset session where we also had a chat with the Namibian group’s founding members about how it all came about.
These are definitely trying times guys.
I keep asking myself if this is really what I’m all about. Getting a good fuck from the love of my life that might not love me back. Is this what my life has become now.
WHY THE HELL ARE YOU ALLOWING IT?
We have been loving what the creative scene has been busy with during the COVID19 period and the #30dayseditorials is one trend we picked up.
Digital man of the moment, DJ Dreas, entertained us during the lockdown by hosting a midnight show that saw various Namibian and International artists come on and finesse us. The show, #5minfinesse, garnered a wide audience reaching over 30 000 viewers with the aim to promote Namibian Hip Hop culture while giving the underdogs the opportunity to put themselves on.
However, well before #5minfinesse he gave us a bop (and an EP) ft Slickartie titled “The Pluto Song” which we’ve added to our list of favourite Namibian songs.
Find out what music means to him in this short interview.
The 2020 Masterclasses workshops are part of the MTF Academy’s philosophy of upskilling and training industry professionals in the telling of authentic African stories.
It’s a new year, new rules new trends and new everything basically. We took some time to gather some things you need to keep an eye out in 2020. Are you ready?
For many a vision board works as a clear soundboard of what you want in life or that year.
It helps you stay focus on what is important to you.
Malibu presents Doctatainment’s Windhoek Spring Fiesta 2019.