Matat artist to launch album

2017-02-24 06:00

MATATIELE artist, Reabetswe Motsati, known as Reeh, is to release his new album, Ndiyabonga, in April.
The 24-year-old, who was born in kwaNkawu village in Matat, sings Afro-soul and has already released a single.

“I have performed at many events, including weddings, church and government events. It was a privilege to perform my favourite­ songs at the Matatiele Music Festival last year and I am looking forward to performing at more events.”

His music has been aired on local and national radio stations.

His manager Thabo Thene, who has produced artists Lilitha Bidla and Bathandwa Vazi­, said Motsati’s talent says he will go far in the music industry.

“Bidla and Vazi were nominees at last year’s South African Traditional Music Awards. Young people in Matatiele are talented and I am going to make sure they reach their destination.”

Motsati’s album is recorded by Eastern Cape Music recording company.



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