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Teacher ventures into rapping

ARON Hamutenya, better known as ‘BSB AT-XN’, is a rapper, businessman and teacher who has just entered the music industry.

His debut, titled ‘Biggest Baller’, will be released soon.

The hip-hop song, produced by Okahandja-based Cnika, will be released on several music streaming services and social media.

The song’s title refers to a hustler, and the song describes how hard BSB AT-XN has worked to get where he is.

The song aims to inspire young Namibians to work hard, he says.

He says it will feature on his debut album ‘Money, Icey and Gold’.

The 16-track album will be released by the end of July.

BSB AT-XN says: “I want to work with regional rappers, like Jericho and Rick Rap King.”

He says he also wants to work with artists from other countries, because he also wants his music to be known outside of Namibia.

“It will mean a lot to me, because it will allow me to be signed by big international record labels,” he says, adding he will be financing all his collaborations himself after reaching out to artists Baby Truth and Cizz Travis on Instagram, who both pledged to include him.

He says he has also reached out to Latruth Nae and Baby Gee from Ghana.

“I began writing music at the age of seven, but I haven’t had the opportunity to record in a studio yet.”

American rapper Lil Wayne is his inspiration, he says.

On his upcoming track, BSB AT-XN worked with Mr Green, a well-known local artist.

“I’m going to release the song as a single, and film the music video at Okahandja. Soon, the song will become a popular street anthem,” he says.

“My long-term goal is to collaborate with American musicians like Lil Wayne’s daughter Reginae Carter, Mr Latruth, Baby Truth, and Cizz Travis, because music is a worldwide language.

“I also wish to collaborate with recognised local performers.”