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Do well to download the fresh banger titled “Noma Yini” by the prestigious South African music arts DJ Hlo, Mdu, Ndu Shezi & Professor for free on mophela your best South African music download website on the internet. Mkhonzeni Langa (born 27 March 1978) better known by his stage name Professor is a South African Kwaito musician from Durban. He first rose to prominence as part of the Durban-based Kwaito duo Tzozo and Professor before branching out on his own making a huge mark on the South African music industry with hit songs such as Jezebel, “Imoto”, “Lento”, “Fingerprints”, “Speaker” & “Unobenga”. Download DJ Hlo – Noma Yini Ft. Professor, Ndu Shezi & Mdu mp3 download
In 2010, Professor released his debut album as a solo artist under Kalawa Jazmee Records. The album was titled University of Kalawa Jazmee and its lead single titled “Jezebel”, It was a runaway success and catapulted to even higher levels of success as an artist and launched as an individual rather than part of the duo. The songs contained in the album were so strong that every single that came out of it was critically praised; this includes, “Jimaphi le Weight”, “Imoto” and “Lento”. Furthermore, at the year 2010 edition of the Metro FM Music Awards the album was nominated in three categories; Best Kwaito Album, Song of the Year (Jezebel) and Best Collaboration. He went on to win Best Kwaito Album and the coveted Song of the Years Award. At the 21st South African Music Awards held on 19 April 2015 at Sun City in the North West the album, University of Kalawa Jazmee, won Best Kwaito Album.
In 2012, Professor returned with his second solo offering titled Orientation. The album was preceded by singles Baphi, One Night Stand, Ntombazam & I Wish. In that album Professor worked a numerous established musicians including Magesh, Speedy, AKA, Zakwe, Ishmael, Stoan, Stax and Zola among other. One of the popular songs on the album was “Fingerprints” which he did with his brother, Character and legendary South African record producer Oskido. “Orientation” won Best Kwaito Album and secured Professor the Best Male Artist Award at the 12th Annual Metro FM Music Awards.
In 2015, Professor released a hit single titled “Nguye Lona” in which he featured Sdudla no Mathousand & Heavy k. Also in 2015 Professor he was featured on the smash hit, “KOTW anthem”, by Sphectacula and DJ Naves from their debut studio album, Kings of the Weekend. In “KOTW anthem” Professor’s deep husky voice features prominently. In 2017, he collaborated with Sandra Ndebele, a Zimbabwean artist on her song “Lizwile.” The song debuted at number 22 in the iTunes Top 200 tracks Australia World Music.
Mdu Masilela, also called The Godfather or Chomi Yabana, is a South African musician who specializes in the Kwaito music genre. He is best known for his work as one of the pioneers of Kwaito music together with the likes of Boom Shaka, Trompies, and Mandoza back in the 1990s.
Did you know that Mdu has worked with legends like the one and only Yvonne Chakachaka? So, what else is there to know about the Godfather himself? This interesting Mdu Masilela life story will give you a better understanding of this living Mzansi legend.
Growing up in the streets of Soweto, Mdu used to play around with his grandmother’s piano because of his love for music. In school, he created a number of music groups until he completed his matric. After school, he formed the group MM Deluxe with the fellow artist Mandla ‘Spikiri’ Mofokeng in 1988. Two years later, in 1990, he released his debut album called LA Beat. Currently, he lives in his upmarket house at Morningside near Sandton.
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