Vee Vampeezy Nominated For An Afrimma

The legend himself gets a nod from the Afrimma's

By  | Sep 18, 2020, 03:49 PM  | Odirile "Vee Mampeezy" Sento  | Top of The

Odirile Vee Sento, popularly known by his stage name Vee Mampeezy is Botswana’s most loved House - Kwasa sensation. Vee was born and bred in Hukuntsi village in the Kgalagadi District in Botswana, at 36 years old, he is one of the most successful artists to come out of Botswana, Vee is also called kgosi ya stratla, Mpinche, and king of Kwaito kwasa by his beloved fans.

It comes as no surprise that he is the only Botswana artist to make the nominations list.

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The nomination is such a big milestone that the Botswana government Tweeted about it to congratulate the Metro FM One Africa award winner, the only Botswananian to ever win a Metro FM award. 


Odirile “Vee Mampeezy” Sento has been nominated for the AFRIMMA 2020 awards under the BEST MALE SOUTHERN AFRICA category.

The African Musik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA), which caters to every musical genre, including but not limited to Afrobeats, Assiko, Bongo, Decale, Funana, Genge, Highlife, Hiplife, Kwaito, Lingala and Soukous is respected and the only of its kind to celebrate Africa and her artists. AFRIMMA 2020 is going to be an experience to remember, ever with a full weekend of activities lined up, from the welcome party, fashion show, meet and greet sessions, red carpet, award ceremony, music festival and the much-anticipated after-party.

Vee has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry. In 2019, he released Dumalana, a song featuring Zimbabwean artist Dr Tawanda, the song has over two million views on YouTube. Another Zimbabwean artist that Vee has featured is Jah Prayzah.

In 2016, he collaborated with South Africa’s biggest stars for his album Vee Mampeezy. Where he featured Dj Maphorisa and DJ Buckz on the song Sele. He also worked with award-winning artist DJ Tira and Naak MusiQ on the song Jaiva which was also released in 2016. Other South African artists he has worked with include – Kuli Chana, the late Sfiso Ncwane, and multi-award-winning Hip-Hop artist Cassper Nyovest.

In an interview with GaonaLive, Vee said he recorded his first album, but sadly it never got released. The Botswana star said he has no idea what happened to the album which he did while he still had sponsorship from Yarona FM

"Up to now, I don't know where the album is," he told GaonaLive.

In 2018, Vee lost a CD with unreleased music at the Maitisong Festival event in Lobatse. He offered P 10 000 reward to anyone who would find the CD.

Congratulation Vee Mampeezy, Botswana is extremely proud.

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