SADC Correspondent | Oct 30, 2018 | 0
Sean K at his best
Sean Kamati, or just Sean K on the stage, captures the spotlight this Friday evening at the Franco Namibian Cultural Centre. Doing what he does best, singing, performing and entertaining, Sean K is set to dazzle the audience with his soulful Jazz renditions.
Sean describes himself as a really fun-loving, genuine, friendly, lover of life, easy going guy who just happens to be able to sing. “Music is Sean and Sean is music. Creativity flows through my veins, be it through music or dance,” he said adding that he has always loved music, and he started singing in church. “But my big break came when I took part in song night which really took my music to another level,” said Sean.
Sean K has been making waves on the local music scene, ever since he started out a few years back, and he is currently working on his album “Status Update” to be released later this year. As one of the first musicians to grace the Song Night stage back in 2011, he eventually branched out and released his very first single “Smiling”, which received great reviews and airplay on local radio stations and online.
Kamati also performed at the 2015 Windhoek Jazz Festival, sharing the stage with Jazz legend Jonathan Butler and he had another great performance at the Namibia, Rock Festival.
Tickets are available at Computicket for N$80 in advance or N$100 at the door.