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    Ayke: What informed your choice of music production as a life career? Dj Tseva: I can say music runs in my blood as its also life. Hence I started my musical career at a young age, I see future in music and I want to pass it to the next generation.   Ayke: There are a lot of music producers around these days, what made you think that you were still going to be successful in this field? Dj Tseva: I reckon that the style of my music is different from others and I feel my ...
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The Rattler Publishing, Gemini, Shunya Limited Summit Event The previous year for Melanated Community Radio has been trying time for Rattler Publishing and it subsidiaries. The annual Rattler Publishing Summit in Montreal Canada, which includes, Gemini and Shunya Limited evecutives, proved somewhat trying for the co-owners Nasrene Muhammad and David Rattler. Two day into the summit David started to show signs of fatigue and at time appeared distant; while Nasrene also appeared as if climbing...
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  “Our lead singer Jackie Simela passed away yesterday from a car accident which happened in Morogoro region where he went to attend a funeral of his aunt. We have lost the best singer we have ever had. Stay in Power king,” the group wrote. It is with deep sorrows that Jagwa Music had to announce that their lead singer, Jackson Aluta Kazimoto, popularly known as Dogo Jackie has died after he was involved in a road accident in Morogoro. He was 33 years old. Kazimoto’s death was confirme...
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"I saw my manager cry for the first time. Just before I got on stage, as we were praying, he broke down. That’s when I told myself: 'Cassper, it's your turn to carry the team now.' The next day we killed the Global Citizen show. Blessed and favoured”. These were the words of Cassper during an interview with South African Broadcasting Cooperation. The artist was explaining the sudden debt of 7Million rand that he found himself in after his fourth concert groundbreaking stunts "Fillup Moses Ma...
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by on December 15, 2018
It was believed to be rummours before now, but finally it is happening. Reekado Banks has announced his personal recording label called "BANKS MUSIC" this means that his days in Don Jazzy's studio known as Marvins Records has come an end. The Marvins are one musician less. BANKS MUSIC promises new collaborations and partnerships with the sole purpose of bringing the very best to the world. Reekado Banks will always satisfy his fans assuring them that his melodic flow will never cease.
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by on December 12, 2018
  Ayke: Welcome to RdioVybe please tell us how did you start your musical journey? Khensani: I started my musical journey at the age of 13 but was introduced music at the age of 8 by my cousin Kenosi. We use to record music on top of music using other peoples music, fusing the like of Eminem and Zola 7. Ayke: Ha! ha! ha! (laughs) did you learn to play any instruments or during your early days? Khensani: I was interested in percussions but I  never played them. I  only played the...
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by on December 6, 2018
  Ayke: How did you start your musical journey? Answer: I started when I was around age 9/10 with homemade tin Guitars, it wasn’t serious but a sign of things to come, my father was against the idea of me becoming a musician so he couldn’t buy me instruments, at age 17,  I met someone who taught me the standard guitar basics, that's when I became a professional musician.     Ayke: Ha ha ha (laughs) did you learn to play any instruments or during your early days? Clive: I pi...
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by on December 3, 2018
Ayke: At what age did you start doing music? Ricky: Ever since I remember, I have been a musician. My ears have always been more important than my eyes. While most of my classmates in school were fascinated by television and cartoons, I was hooked on to my music system. I would pull apart songs, try and figure out the instruments used, who played those instruments? I would learn about different cultures and people through music. Ayke: Was family a big influence in your musical career...
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by on December 1, 2018
Ayke: How did you start your musical journey? Tlale: My musical journey started when I was four years. My grandma was at the Deviners initiation school. For me this was heaven because I could play drums and sing as much as I can, I think that was the time I new I loved music and the drum. [I always stress that a person will know exactly their passion and purpose of their calling in their present lifetime when they trace their life from their childhood.]. It was during this days I started musi...
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by on November 28, 2018
  Ayke: Mr Mo, thanks for giving us the oppourtunity to chat with you.   Ayke: How did you start your musical journey? Mr Mo: Music has always been second nature to me, I can say 90% of my close family members have very decent singing voices, so I was raised surrounded by talent, my English teacher then discovered that I could sing, taught me very Westernized Gospel songs, put me on stage at school concerts and the rest was literally history, I later discovered the gift of son...
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by on November 26, 2018
Welcome Mr. Emmanuel, your fans sent across these questions because they wanted to know these things about you. When  and how did all this musical journey start? It was 1991, four young boys were selected to learn how to play the drums and I was not among them then,  so I worked my way to make sure I joined them. I took the drumming opportunity so serious that it helped me till today. What genre do you identify with? Alternative or CAF(Contemporary African Fusion) Ha haha (laughs) d...
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by on November 26, 2018
How did you start your musical journey? To be honest I started doing music at around 18 years of age, I discovered the music in me when I was in church and I  knew I could actually sing very well and with a lot of compliments from fellow worshippers. Ha haha (laughs) did you learn to play any instruments or during your early days? I learnt playing the acoustic guitar in 2012 at PakarePaye Arts Centre in Norton Zimbabwe, a centre owned by Veteran musician Dr. Oliver Mtukudzi. Did anyo...
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