Mshinto finally drops album
Having played with veterans like Les Africa Sounds, Jeff Matheatau and Lister Boleseng during his two decades as a musician, Sedibelo Side Tsimako or Mshinto as some prefer to call him has finally released an album of his own.
His first Afro Rhumba Jazz called, Seja Monna has six tracks with hits such as, Bambino, Thuto Bokamoso and O gata koseni.
In some of the songs he features, Tuka, Kyler, Kgosi Chester and Nthonyane.
Avery good album to have for Jazz and Rhumba lovers, the album was recorded at Touch Records.
M-squared spreads love on his album
Mpho Matlhong who goes by stage name, M-Squared, is bringing the 90s Afro Pop memories through his latest album, Ngwana Yo.
The six-track album has songs such as Ke Bone Motho, Re A kokota and Mofe Chelete.
In the songs, his message is about loving each and providing for your partner.
The album was arranged, programmed and recorded at M- Squared Records.
The return of Mbodlela
Mpho Mooketsi, a.k.a Mbodlela is not giving up on music having released two singles, Motho O i-Thatang and Chuz Maikhethela through South Africa Media Loxion Records.
Mbodhela’s new music has shifted from Kwaito to Amapiano, which has been influenced mostly by youth.
The two singles are not bad at all for a man who hit the spotlight in 1996 through Skizo and Tribal Monks group.
In 2006 Mbodlela realesed his debut album called “Spin Da Bottle” which was produced by Skizo and Charles “Favi” Motsemme.
The song raised his profile before he faded into oblivion only to resurrect in 2011 through a group called Boomerang with Pongo Rista and Papa Sy.