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Shamele drops double story

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Former member of Mafantuka, D.I.S and Same Blood groups, Gomolemo Thepa aka Shamele has released a Kwaito and Motswako album called ‘Double Story’.

The nine-track LP include songs such as Wa chita, Dula Stilo, Itshoke featuring Ghost, Madi featuring Dipstrada, Confession featuring Abed and Time is Now.

Other singles include Same Blood and Wacha Mkhukhu.

It was produced by J Trixx and Dlala and recorded at Tru African Studios.

Shamele is not new to the industry and has singles such as, Itshoke and Dula Stilo under his belt.

RATINGS: 7/10

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Croz bred preaches peace

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Local Hip Hop talent Croz Bred is putting the finishing touches to his debut EP, ‘Morwa Khumoetsile’ a ten-track offering he hopes to have ready by April.

As he builds towards its release after a year of sweat and toil, the 26-year-old artist is set to drop the EP’s fourth single ‘Message 2 Africa’ this Tuesday (21 January).

Featuring Skavenja and Quin P in a mixture of English and Setswana, it is a song close to the young singer’s heart.

“The track encourages Africans to come together. It covers issues like last year’s xenophobic attacks in South Africa, drug abuse, gender based violence and murder while highlighting the evil of such ills and the devastation they cause to society. It is a message of peace!” proclaims the softly spoken Croz Bred, who relocated to Gaborone in 2017 after losing his job as a plant operator when Tati Nickel Mine closed.

Produced by Em Joe and K Fros, ‘Message 2 Africa’ contains a melodic beat reminiscent of the late Michael Jackson’s ‘Earth Song’.

With hard-hitting lyrics that resonate with the listener, backed up by a catchy tune, this single could be the making of Croz Bred, who mixed and mastered the song himself.

Available on all social media platforms, the Hip Hop crooner has created a Whatsapp Group (77902688) for his fans to access his music.

RATINGS: 8/10

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Owe an outcast?

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Owe an outcast?

He was once a blue-eyed boy for the Umbrella for Democratic Change (UDC) President Duma Boko and even doubled up as an officer at the leader’s parliamentary office.

How things have changed.

Shaya has noted that ever since the alleged scandal which was kept under carpet, Owe Mmolawa appears to have become somewhat of an ‘Outkast.’

The young man has tried his best to win back his spot in Boko’s circle but to no avail.

Those who have been following the situation have told Shaya it is a sour sight and the guy is always given the cold shoulder.

Shaya suggests you find a job young man and stop chasing your leader since it looks like he doesn’t want you anymore.

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We want Tops back

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We want Tops back

You know in life there are those people you cannot allow to simply disappear just like that.

One of them is Tops Masole. The larger-than-life Maun-based businessman, who owned a number of clubs such as Trekkers and doubled as a promoter bringing excitement and variety to the tourist town’s dull nightlife, has gone quiet.

Although Shaya is aware he has called it a day in the entertainment industry, Tops should update us on his whereabouts.

During his heyday, he was a darling to the media, not to mention a bevvy of youthful beauties.

So come back Tops we need and miss you.

Ooh and on that note, I nearly forgot, has anyone seen Solly Reikeletseng?

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