Navy Kenzo’s ‘Story of the African Mob’ Hits 5 million streams
11 November 2020
[Photo Credit: Navy Kenzo Instagram]
By Branice Nafula
Tanzanian music duo Navy Kenzo has hit a new career milestone after their latest album “Story of the African mob” secured over 5million streams in two months.
The 5 million streams are from three streaming platforms namely; audiomack, apple music and Spotify.
The ‘African Mob’ album was released with an aim of telling the real African story. This is the duo’s third studio album and it features 12 songs with a global catalogue of producers.
Taking to their Instagram page,Navy Kenzo thanked fans for the continued support while promising to drop visuals for the songs soon.
“Dear #NavyMob All over The world, thank you the 5million streams in just 2 months You know we appreciate ur Loveee #NavyMob for life. Keep streaming… Dropping New Video soon stay tuned” the group captioned.
The upside of their 5million streams is that Navy Kenzo is a duo that does not conform to norms.
So far, the duo hasn’t had tours to promote their album thus the excitement. However many are anticipating that the album will be available on other platforms for easy access.
The album’s production is on point and the songs very relatable, thus the tremendous success within a short time period.