From being a YouTube sensation to being a weekly contributor to Bona Magazine and gracing the TV shows like MTV base, V-entertainment Moshe has cemented his place in the entertainment arena. What is the most surprising is that the entertainer is also a recording artist; Moshe recently unleashed his first single titled Choza.
The track is inspired by his everyday experiences of society’s perception of how gay men in general behave and the assumption that they are all larger than life “characters”. Being a brutally honest person, he does not beat around the bush.
The single is being dubbed as the #NationalStreetAnthem for 2017 and judging from the reviews at has received to date, it will be a song to carry South Africans through Summer and the festive season if not even beyond.
The #Choza single is Moshe’s mark to pave the way for any talented artists in the LGBT community who want to pursue their dreams. This is the track that promises not only to be a club banger but a national street Anthem that will woo South Audience music lovers.
Listen to the song below and tell us what you think!
Fifi Cooper Going Back To Her Roots With New Album, Take Me Back
From the first lady to boss lady, it’s now time for the release of the rapper and singer’s sophomore album: Fifi Cooper is back with a brand new album titled Take Me Back.
This is one of the most anticipated albums of 2018 and is the first project from her record label, MoCooper Records. The Motswako rapper did not hold back at all this time with her breath-taking & versatile flows that are backed-up by melodic beats.
The 21 track album includes singles like Calling featuring Moozlie and Emoyeni featuring Thabsie just to name but a few. The buzzing new single Zwagala, which is the first featured single, is already creating a craze on the radio airwaves and is being touted as THE street anthem.
When asked why the album was titled Take Me Back, this is what she had to say:
“I named it Take Me Back because in it, I am going back to my roots of Motswako. I did different things in the past because I was not in control of my creativity but now that I am my own boss, I will stick to what I know best.”
Mooketsi then added: “I wanted the album to be released in August as my way of saying RIP to Mama Winnie [Mandela]. I appreciate her teachings and it is interesting that, women like me are still going through our own struggles,”
The album dropped today and is available for streaming and purchase on all major digital stores. Fans can also look forward to the Zwagala music video which should be dropping soon.
Will you be copping it?