Chester Houseprince to celebrate 10 years of music

ROYALTY@10 … Chester Houseprince marks a decade in the industry with a concert on 24 May. Photo: Contributed

Namibian house artist Gideon Eiseb, popularly known as Chester Houseprince, is set to mark an impressive milestone in his illustrious career with a grand celebration.

The ‘Barchadi’ and ‘I Know’ hitmaker announced this week that he will be headlining a special concert commemorating 10 years in the music industry on 24 May, themed ‘Royalty@10’.

The concert aims to take fans on a music and dance journey spanning the singer’s career.

Chester Houseprince says the concert, which will take place at a venue still to be announced, is expected to be a momentous occasion for both him and his devoted fan base.

“Fans can attend a concert filled with electrifying performances, nostalgic hits and the unique blend of music that has become synonymous with my signature style,” says Chester Houseprince.

Reflecting on his journey, he expresses gratitude to his fans and the industry that has supported him over the years.

“It’s been an incredible journey and I am so grateful for the love and support I’ve received from my fans and everyone in the music community.

“This concert is a celebration of a decade of music, memories and milestones.”

Chester Houseprince says more details about the concert, including special guests, ticket information and exclusive experiences, will be revealed in the coming weeks. Fans and music enthusiasts alike are encouraged to stay tuned for updates on Chester Houseprince’s official social media channels and through the media.

“Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this historic celebration as I take to the stage to mark my 10th anniversary in the music industry,” he says.

The anticipated and unforgettable concert will be filled with music, joy and magic, he says.

Chester Housprince’s music journey started when he worked for King Tee Dee as a dancer for 15 years and as a signed artist for two years.

His road to stardom was ignited when he featured King Tee Dee in the song ‘Nuka’, released in 2013. After they parted ways, he went solo and released his first solo album ‘Beginning of My Hustle’ in 2018.

Ever since then, Chester has been making a name for himself by releasing countless hits.

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