Oatsdona’s Chukuchuku motivates youth

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Oatsdona a.k.a Bossdaba has released his latest single titled Chukuchuku, which he says is a motivational song, seeking to encourage youth to grab opportunities, and work hard to improve their lives.

The dreadlocked rapper has a few songs under his belt, which include his hit single Udabadaba, which features Sasa Klass, A.T.I, and Protocol. 

Oatsdonna also serenaded his fans with another single titled, Lover Lover Lovie.

Most people identify the word Chukuchuku with certain churches, mostly based on style of dancing, but the young man, used the word in a totally different context. Chukuchuku is more of a motivational hip-hop song.


“I see the youth of Botswana dragging their feet when it comes to opportunities given by the world and our government.  So this is to urge them to keep pushing, and that is why I am saying Chukuchuku ke tla go chukumisa, it’s like a dose of adrenalin,” Oatsdona explained.

The song is different from the RnB feel in Lover Lover Lovie.

Oatsdona has also partnered with a local showbiz marketing and branding agency known as 6PAC Promotions.

6PAC has promoted A.T.I’s Polao Ya Motho album, and Kast’s King album launch.

The marketing and branding agency has also scheduled performances for artists such as Noello, Amanandos and Black Diamond Twerkers.

“We do not manage artists, rather we partner with them for their branding and promotions needs, thus supporting them and bringing in other supporting schemes for their brand growth.  This seems like a promising partnership for Oatsdona and 6PAC Promotions,” 6PAC Promotions managing director, Tlotlo Letsomo said.

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