A song that makes me get up and dance... Go Dance by Afro B featuring Busy Signal.

A song that humbles me... Thandiswa Mazwai’s Abenguni. Everyone in my family loves Thandiswa — from the youngest to the oldest. The song reminds me of my family and that I have more power than I can see physically.

Songs that I want to be remembered for... Banomoya with Prince Kaybee and My Name Is with DJ Zinhle.Local artist that we’re sleeping on... Nokwazi Dlamini.

Local or international venue that you’d love to perform in... I hardly think of venues but more festivals, so Afro Nation Festival in Portugal it is.

My best performance to date...When I launched my record company, Majesty Music at Max’s Lifestyle, a popular shisanyama in Durban. I was playing with a band which I don’t do very often, and everyone was in the groove of things. It started raining and people didn’t leave — they just continued dancing in the rain. When watching the video footage later, I interpreted the rain as blessings that were pouring down to anoint this new journey.

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A song that always recharges me... Open Fire by Patoranking featuring myself.

Songs that will always be the soundtrack of my life... Nanini Na by Ringo and Lahla where I featured DJ Buckz and Uhuru.

A song that always brings me to tears... Bigger by Beyoncé.

A song that I wish I had written... Samthing Soweto’s Abajabule Abantu. 

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