KZN artist Chillas on how he stayed afloat during the lockdown: “I have another job that brings in an income”

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KZN artist Chillas
KZN artist Chillas
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His music is about spreading hope and with Covid-19 affecting everyone’s lives right now, he is using his gift more than ever. Nduduzo Bulose (32) fondly known by his stage name Chillas says music sales can never be enough to sustain his lifestyle, one needs to make a backup.

“There are very few musicians who can say they pay to maintain their lifestyles through music. We do music for the love. But in South Africa, it’s important to have other means of making more money outside of music. The Ithemba singer is grateful he survived the lockdown.

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