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Psyk Flowz cooking hits in studio

Letlhogonolo Mokoena aka Psyk Flowz of Extension 8A Soshanguve South is back in the studio cooking his second album.Photo by e’Kasi Photo Studio

By AFRICA KA MAHAMBA

LETLHOGONOLO MOKOENA AKA Psyk Flowz of Extension 8A Soshanguve South is back in the studio cooking his second album. Psyk Flowz who started his professional career with the hit mix tape album When is all said and done is busy with a 16 track album which will make a shake in the hip hop music industry. He is the Soshanguve Music Award winner for Best Lyricist for 2016.

Now he is busy in the studio with his producer kasi beat maker Benavon Don with a hit album I minute, It’s my time at Batshiamo Muzik Stable in Extension 8 Soshanguve South.

He started his career back in 2007 while still at Seageng Secondary School in Soshanguve. He said during school lunch he so fellow students doing a circle and singing hip hop music and he joined them and never looks back.

In an interview, the Soshanguve award winning hip hop musician said the new album will have 16 tracks and it will keep Tshwane on the dance floor because he is working with one of the best producers Benavon Don.

“I am busy with the album in the studio with the kasi beats master Benavon Don, it will be ready soon at the date to be announced. It is one of the best hip hop album ever to come from the dusty streets of Sosh.

“I have no doubt that it is an award winning the album, just watch the space because I am working very hard with the best in the hip hop music industry. I know what my fans want and they will get more than what they are expecting.

“I would like to thank my grandmother Lobisah Mokoena for raining me to be a good boy and my mother Annah Mokoena for raising me as a single parent,” said Psyk Flowz.

He has shared the stage with  Benavon Don, Skinny Shugo, Stan B, Mr Menu, Papi Dizolo, Phat Nigga and many others in Soshanguve, Mabopane, Hammanskraal, Mamelodi and Atteridgeville.africa@citypost.co.za

 

 

 

 

Artists give back to the community

Sarah Maboa and Oupa Legodi with some of the artist who will be taking part in charity gospel festival.

By AFRICA KA MAHAMBA

TSHWANE GOSPEL ARTIST  will be taking part in a charity gospel festival dubbed Plough Bach Show at Marokolong Community hall in Hammanskraal on the 14 May from 11 am till late.

The festival is organised by gospel artists Sarah Maboa and Oupa Legodi.They are fundraising for the orphans, elderly and people with disability who will also attend the event.

Gospel artist who will be taking part is Abram, Edward, Ella Makoti, Candy, Sarah Maboa, Oupa Legodi, Pauline Semenya, Sammy T, Stimamollo, Mmakgotso, Pauline Tauyatswalwa and many others.

In an interview, Sarah Said she saw the need of teaming up with fellow gospel artist to give back to the community.

“As gospel artists, we so the need to plough back to the community. The orphans, elderly and people with disability are very important to us just like other members of the community but they need our supports more than other members.

“We will donate the money raised at the charity gospel festival to this people as part of our contribution to give back to the community. Local business Hammanskraal Fruit & Vegetable Market and Frontline Supermarket are sponsoring our event,” said Maboa.

Those who need more information about the charity gospel festival can call 060 373 1378 or 063 323 0137.