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Award winning South African music arts Mpho Wav & Nobuhle have joined forces to premiere this fresh banger titled “Fire” for free on mophela your best South African music download website for free. Mpho Skeef, known by her stage name of Mpho, is a South African-born British singer-songwriter based in London. Mpho began working in the music industry in 2004, initially as a backing vocalist for artists such as Ms Dynamite, Natasha Bedingfield, Ty, Terri Walker, Skinnyman, Rodney P, and Spacek. She was a lead vocalist on the Bugz in the Attic single “Booty La La”, which reached number 44 on the UK Singles Chart. She signed to the Arts Council-funded record label Documented Records and, in 2005, released her debut single, “Comin’ for Ya”, and the four-track EP Don’t Like You. Download Nobuhle – Fire ft. Mpho Wav mp3 download for free and enjoy.
By late 2006, Mpho had joined PIAS Recordings/Wall of Sound on the strength of Don’t Like You, and was preparing an electro-influenced album titled To Spite My Face with producers including Spacek, dBridge, and Yan Murawski. She also sang on the track “This Island Earth” on Coldcut’s 2006 album Sound Mirrors, and released a second solo single, “What You Waiting For?”, the same year.
By 2009, sessions for the album — now titled Pop Art — had gone into a heavily pop music direction with producers such as Future Cut, Rick Nowels, Rob Davis, and Switch. As such, Mpho issued the mixtape Mpho & the Art of Pop in January 2009 with DJ Beware. To fund extensive promotion of the album Pop Art, Wall of Sound brokered Mpho a five-album deal with EMI’s Parlophone subsidiary.
Mpho’s first single on Parlophone, the Switch-produced “Box N Locks” (which samples Martha and the Muffins’ “Echo Beach”), was released in July 2009 and peaked at number 49 on the UK Singles Chart. Pop Art was scheduled to follow in October 2009, but following minimal airplay of second single “See Me Now” (featuring rapper Wale, the album was shelved. Mpho subsequently announced via Twitter that Parlophone had dropped her due to creative differences. Also in October, Mpho featured on the charity single “I Got Soul” with artists such as Frankmusik and VV Brown under the group name Young Soul Rebels; the single reached number ten in the UK, and proceeds went to War Child UK.
In 2010, Mpho opened a vintage tea shop in Brixton with her sister. In 2012, she performed a one-off gig at London’s Tate Modern gallery as part of an event celebrating the South London Black Music Archive.
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