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What do u guys do exactly ? e.g is it only music that you do. ….
GELEGELE vatayi tiva namunthla!
funny enough when I met Dala Fam he was busy with Kid Nino clothing and I was on AMU(ambitious minds unite )it felt like the the lost brothers have found each other
can I enterupt, it’s more than music it’s a movement!
Thank you! 🙌👏👏👏
look at motswako HHP started that brand a long time ago look at him now his far and he put niggas like morafe Khuli Chana Cassper Nyovest on.
actually this is a Tsonga Movement it doesn’t really matter which genre we doing.
Do you know what gelegele means?
its a slogan for our brand “C-siders” it means anything cool e.g if you think a polo vivo is cool or that girls ass then it’s a gelegele.
where you from?
We working on a mixtape and the title of the single we coming out with soon is Marhumbeni, this track will explain about where we come from in Giyani/Malamulele/Nthlaveni block C which we call C-sider
we don’t even have a music background
but we doing this music is more like a village hobbie it’s also a lifestyle
everybody is pushing genres we pushing the lifestyle
remember the track with uhm…A kwaito Song we recorded I talked about this.
where we come from its full of poverty like for real Bro it’s like when u listen to our songs you understand and feel how we feel.
We are no cheese boys Bro.
being from Waterval the Hood when it comes to the entertainment bissness honestly there’s no one to look up to its like If you want to make music or art or anything related to that people will look at you funny like “are you serious about life ?” and that time your so fucking serious lol they’ll be like
“iri nigga rele America ro Nyakata bruku” I grew up like that….where I am right now is an obsolute achievement.
all in all Bro if you from limpopo and you doing the music that I’m doing no matter where you come from we all have our struggles since C siders joined forces with Dala we all got the same vision…funny enough when we start spitting in Tsonga they go crazy. ..We make music for the hood with the hood by the hood.
what are your future plans?
We wanna make a documentary
yes we were actually discussing that earlier
This year if we don’t blow up we give up ! because I’ve just met a couple of Pakistans so I swear I’m gonna blow up (that’s a punchline)
we just wanna see Tsonga Rap on the Map we want this recognision we are capable of anything Bro.
honestly as Tsonga people we don’t have support for each other
how good is your fanbase?
since hi huma aMagelegeleni they don’t really fuck with us also we pushing twitter more than Facebook.
have u noticed with Facebook you have a lot of people from home and they sleeping on you but twitter anybody who fuck with you fucks with you and they loyal.
Twitter knows your music Facebook knows you.
and we here they thinking we Savages lol we organised Savages though.
mina nkuli hi Mabibi!
oh and you get our music on our Facebook page
our first mixtape was Tsonga Trap Music we coming with another one soon also the music is free.
I can’t share our Soundcloud because yalll will love us too much.
for any one who doesn’t trust their dream e.g if I want to be a presenter or an musician or actor let me say part of the entertainment biz but doubt themselves what advise u have for them?
Me coming from where I’m from my own mom doubted me about doing this music thing
one thing I can advise you is don’t let anything discourage you.
One thing I learnt is that once you value your own opinions man…They can all suck a Dick!!!🍆🍆🍆
as long as you fuck with your own shit fuck what they say.
First thing I’d like to say is “GELEGELE💃💃💃💃💃”
we were rappers before we evolved into trappers we make Tsonga Trap it’s no difference from what they making
if you get support from home you’ll be bigger than better we all have to do what we have to do before we do what we want to do let that stick to your heart.
there’s no support if you sound like someone else only if you sound like you
bruh I’m sure in my neighbourhood there’s kids who can mack me when it comes to bars but if fans got my back and they in denial ain’t no way that’s happening.
people mess with what they understand.
“I had to switch my style up and people thought I grew weaker ” and I didn’t I saw a business move and I took it.
FB page C-siders
FB C-siders Maluleke
One thing I’m good at is sleeping on local(RSA) musicians especially ones that are still on the come up but thank Goodness i did not sleep on TSA even though i was about to, for those of you who don’t know “TSA nobody else” allow me to introduce you.
I remember when i first got to know of his twitter account and one thing about me I’m the type of person if you got mad quality VISUALS on your social media account I’ll most definitely follow you no matter who you are…so just after viewing his images i clicked follow afterwards his data file Host links appeared on my timeline and i would just scroll through without checking them out until yesterday when i saw the link for ““Throw me off”” i guess i was curious or something when i clicked on it but just after downloading and listening to the song right away i started to research about this dude cause bro? i wasn’t expecting a jam like that from a South African artist, the first thing was to Google his tumblr account and the bio reads as follows
“Zolile Mcelu (born June 24, 1992) – better known by his rap alias TSA, is a South African recording artist and songwriter from Johannesburg. TSA has named Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, The Weeknd and Childish Gambino amongst others as his influences.
He has quantified Marshall Bruce Mathers (also known as Eminem) as his favourite rap musical outfit of all time, and influenced not only by his music, but day-to-day animation, in his awkwardly humorous demeanour.
Growing up, Mcelu mattered to playing soccer and aspired to play at a professional level before discovering hip hop. When he was around 11 years old his mother bought him his first hip hop album “The Eminem Show” (in most cases a very unorthodox gift for a juvenile minor, considering the explicit lyrical content) . After obtaining a copy of the album Mcelu became absorbed in music, recording and mixing his own songs in his make-shift studio within the comfort of his bedroom.”
i also found info about the photographer/creative director behind TSA but I’m not entirely sure about the creative director thing all i know is his part of
there’s this one jam titled “Hunger Pains” this is the jam that really made me believe that TSA can deliver.
So now I’m guessing you now know who TSA is and what his about all that’s left is for you to support the kid and I’m no prophet or anything in that sense but i believe his NEXT not only in RSA but worldwide…to the musicians that are still reigning at the moment y’all should better watch out!
Just bumped into this Podcast titled “Yum tings” hosted by @AnthonyBila and @j_cillers not sure when it was founded though but without doubt y’all should take your time and listen to it. They call it the oracle of the internet but in details yum tings is similar to a radio station show that touches on conversations about the latest online info specifically music just that instead of featuring too much mainstream music yum tings play majority non mainstream artists, artists you probably haven’t heard of and another thing is an episode is 30+ minutes long, each airs live per week not sure which day of the week but I’m guessing Fridays.
In conclusion, just after listening to one episode i was hooked then right away decided to share it with you and trust me you do need this in your life!
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