New music company opens

2017-06-30 06:00
Signed artists (from left) DJ Emvee, Popzeen, DJ AK and DJ MK.Photo: supplied

Signed artists (from left) DJ Emvee, Popzeen, DJ AK and DJ MK.Photo: supplied

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A NEW music company - LPM Music - opened in Kokstad last Saturday, with the aim of helping artists to promote their songs and get gigs.

LPM was launched at 727 Grill and Lounge by businessman, Lundi Mtatambi.

At the launch, Mtatambi said the company has signed artists Gama Beats, Kokstad Kinsmen (KSDK), Sonik Soul and many others.

Spokesperson for the company, Bafikile­ “Queenie” Nomnganga said there are many talented artists in Kokstad who need support to grow their music.

She said the company will help artists to pay the fees when they record their work.

At the launch DJ T’Doz, DJ Pelo, DJ Mark, Ree, Leera, Donny Deep and Yann performed including DJ Yase from Mthatha.

DJ Sonik Soul also celebrated his birthday at the event.

Viwe “Brikzit” Mabhodla said the company is going to change their lives because many artists struggled to record their songs because of a lack of finance. there was not enough money to pay.

“The company has committed to pay for us when we record music and also help to promote our music to radio stations,” said Mabhodla.

A NEW music company - LPM Music - opened in Kokstad last Saturday, with the aim of helping artists to promote their songs and get gigs.
LPM was launched at 727 Grill and Lounge by businessman, Lundi Mtatambi.

At the launch, Mtatambi said the company has signed artists Gama Beats, Kokstad Kinsmen (KSDK), Sonik Soul and many others.

Spokesperson for the company, Bafikile “Queenie” Nomnganga said there are many talented artists in Kokstad who need support to grow their music. She said the company will help artists to pay the fees when they record their work.

At the launch DJ T’Doz, DJ Pelo, DJ Mark, Ree, Leera, Donny Deep and Yann performed including DJ Yase from Mthatha.
DJ Sonik Soul also celebrated his birthday at the event

Viwe “Brikzit” Mabhodla said the company is going to change their lives because many artists struggled to record their songs because of a lack of finance. there was not enough money to pay. “The company has committed to pay for us when we record music and also help to promote our music to radio stations,” said Mabhodla.   

                    

 

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