Thursday, June 24, 2021

Samantha Mogwe’s album due for release this week

Songbird Samantha Mogwe’s highly anticipated album titled Transition is finally ready and will be released this week. The album which was cooked at PACE entertainment record label is expected to sell not only locally but all over Southern Africa.??The album includes her hit debut single Transition, from which the album is titled after. The song features the international award winning rapper Zeus. The video, on YouTube has over 30 000 views so far.

Other collaborations on the album include the rising, super talented female hip hop star Sasa Klaas on their second well received single You. She recently got presented with an award at the 2014 Yarona FM Music Awards, for Best Female Artist for the year.??Mogwe mentioned that the Album features an array of multitalented producers and artists such as┬áBK Proctor and sensational male vocalist Franklyn. She said the first two singles were produced by the extraordinary hit maker Charles Motsemme and also the award winning Tshepo Lesole alongside Joe Tanyala. “The album will be available for purchase at Musica as well as worldwide on iTunes and other digital stores starting from this week,” she said.??

The 26-year-old songbird, is eager to reach out to the Southern African community where her work has been received well in the region and has been enjoying good airplay in countries like Namibia, Zambia and Mozambique. “My music brings a fused element of RnB and having been raised to appreciate poetry and performing arts, I was exposed to music at an early age and was also encouraged to tell stories through music writing and poetry,” she said.??She added that some of the work on the new album shows her ability to be honest with her emotions and ability to find common ground with the listener.

“The most important thing as a singer is to understand the type of music your fans love and make sure you deliver only the best to them,” she said.?She further added that the topics she has covered range from love lost, to love found and questions formed from general life experiences as well as affirmation of being proud to be an African.??Mogwe described herself as a multifaceted individual who places great value to education and re-inventive qualities. She holds a degree in Theology which she attained at Baptist theological College in Randburg, South Africa and is currently studying music with the Trinity College of London, specifically focusing on vocal music theory and also the practical aspect of it.

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