EVER wondered what our superstars and artists think might sound weird, funny or outright crazy? Confidente’s Entertainment Reporter Jeoffrey Mukubi (JM), recently asked random candid questions to one of the acts that will be performing at the Dogg’s Final Concert and Charity Cup, which will be held at the UNAM Sports Grounds on 29 September 2018.
Leather Mein has come out of nowhere to stack his claim as a music label owner and musician, while still working as a successful business man.
JM: If you had to be a fictional Namibian superhero, what would your name be and what would be your super power?
LM: The name would be Super Leather Mein. My super power would be super strength, super speed and flight.
JM: What was the worst food that you ever ate?
LM: The worst thing I ever ate was sushi.
JM: If you had to spend your last N$ 100, what would you buy?
LM: I will spend it on Super Aweh and I will top it up with 1G data so that I can have enough WIFI and airtime to do live business calls and transactions because I am more business orientated. I have to make sure I spent my last N$100 on something that will make me more money
JM: What in your opinion is the closest thing to magic?
LM: It’s the invention of a plane. Because one minute it’s on the ground, the next minute it is in the air and then it disappears. It works like magic because you can literally close your eyes and the plane takes off after few seconds and it disappears into thin air. It’s like abra cadabra. The invention of the plane and the way it operates is the closest thing to magic.
JM: If someone holds a gun to your head and asked you to sing a song from the start to finish, which song would it be?
LM: I will sing my latest single ‘Feeling blessed’. I know it and I feel the blessings falling.
JM: What is the most embarrassing moment of your career as a musician?
LM: I do not have one yet and I do not look forward to having one
JM: How does it feel to be chosen as one of the headlining acts performing at the Dogg Final concert and Charity Cup?
LM: It is an honour and I feel great. The fact that I can showcase my talent for such a big crowd is a bonus to me. Sharing the stage with other well established Namibian local artists is also something to be treasured.
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