The Meneer Cee ‘Namibian Invasion’ tour currently underway

South African Afrikaans amapiano artist Dalmaine Cochrane Junior, better known as Meneer Cee, is currently in the country hosting his ‘Namibian Invasion’ tour.

Meneer Cee says the aim of the tour is to bridge the gap of cultural differences by bringing South African flavour to Namibia.

He says uniting communities has been a key factor in his musical journey.

Meneer Cee’s track ‘Wie Se Kind Is Die (Straight Outta Reiger Park)’, took South Africa by storm and sparked a dance challenge on TikTok that accumulated over 27 million views.

The single sold over 10 000 units digitally, earning him a gold plaque.

Meneer Cee was born and bred in Reiger Park, Boksburg. Before diving into amapiano, Meneer Cee was a comedian. He has collaborated with the likes of Mellow & Sleazy and DaLootz, and plans to do big things in amapiano.

Meneer Cee says the tour was conceptualised after a previous event in Windhoek.

“Upon receiving extraordinary support and overwhelming love from the people of Windhoek during our international debut at Club London on 9 March, it sparked the idea to bring the show to Namibia,” he says.

As part of the tour, Meneer Cee performs in Windhoek, Rehoboth, Walvis Bay and Swakopmund.

The tour ends on Saturday and sees Meneer Cee sharing the stage with various local talents, such as Mega, Centrepiece and DJ Colly.

On Friday, shows will be held at Die Plot at Rehoboth and at the Loft in Windhoek, and on Saturday at Club Sunset at Walvis Bay.

Award-winning Rehoboth DJ Centrepiece (Jeandre Freygang) says the tour is a great way to market Namibia and its people to South Africa through the eyes of a South African entertainer.

Freygang says the public can expect him to perform alongside Meneer Cee.

“The event will not only be networking through entertainment but cross bridging our music between Namibia and South Africa through a shared vision of making music. Meneer Cee is currently undertaking various ventures regarding the entertainment industry in South Africa,” Freygang says.

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