Where are they now | Iconic Kwaito star Spikiri is ready for a Trompies comeback

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Iconic Kwaito star Spikiri says he has been working on new music with the rest of Trompies members.
Iconic Kwaito star Spikiri says he has been working on new music with the rest of Trompies members.
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It was an unforgettable year. The country was settling into the new democracy, the Springboks won the World Cup against the All Black in Ellis Park and Trompies released their major hit, Sigiya Ngengoma. 

From then on, the Kwaito group released hit after hit including Fohloza, My Sweety Lova and Magasman. 

Then then a few years later, they went quiet. 

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