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The return of traditional music
The return of traditional music
Kopanang Tito

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The return of traditional music

Of recent, there have been few traditional music singers releasing new music but Kopanang Tito has ended the hiatus.

With his latest release, ‘O ratana le mang?’ Tito has come to the starved traditional music lovers’ rescue by bringing back memories of the olden days of Dikakapa, Sylvester Lesola of Ke jele Serope, and Matsieng.

His album has 10 tracks amongst them being Mmadiphuka Dintle, Ke lomile noga and Tlhakadu Thokwana.

It was produced by Thabo Kgaswane and recorded at Touch Records Studio.

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