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Don Kamati Spearheads Dancehall’s Rise

Dancehall artist Don Kamati recently shared his insights on his latest endeavours, the state of dancehall in Namibia and his plans for the future in an exclusive interview with unwrap.online.

Reflecting on his musical journey, he said: “I’ve been busy evaluating my old sound and my current sound. I’m trying to merge what’s currently popping, and also just polishing my sound.”
Collaborating closely with producer Chris Wayne, he is devoted to refining his unique style.

The artist announced his forthcoming EP, titled ‘Mastermind,’ promising tracks that showcase his evolution and musical prowess.
With a deep appreciation of dancehall’s roots, Don Kamati is determined to pick up where his mentors left off.

Emphasising the genre’s relevance, he said: “The demand for dancehall in Namibia is very high.”

As an influential figure in the genre, he has become a sought-after collaborator, receiving numerous requests from fellow artists eager to work with him.

Don Kamati expressed his eagerness to collaborate with his mentor, Ras Sheehama, acknowledging the path he paved for artists like himself.

The artist firmly believes dancehall will rightfully claim its place in Namibia’s vibrant music scene.
Fans of Don Kamati will be pleased to know that new music is on the horizon.

The artist recently lent his talents to the track ‘Nakatope’ by Willy G, alongside Tesh and Yeezir.

Furthermore, Don Kamati has a series of exciting collaborations in the pipeline and has plans to release a collection of visually stunning music videos to complement his upcoming EP.

By meticulously packaging his music, the artist aims to create an immersive and memorable experience for his fans.

Don Kamati took a moment to reflect on the positive changes he has witnessed within the Namibian music industry.

He expressed his delight at the emergence of fresh faces and the diverse talent redefining the landscape.

“We used to have the same old artists doing the same old events,” he said.

“But now we see different artists. It’s such a beautiful thing to have been a part of this journey and witness the cementing of new-age musicians.”

With a keen eye on the future, Don Kamati eagerly awaits the rise of the next dancehall king in Namibia, firmly believing the genre is here to stay.