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HHP – Maftown Original (M.O)

May 14, 2018 at 14:54
HHP – Maftown Original (M.O)

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Jabulani Tsambo (conceived 14 September 1980), better known by his stage name Hip Hop Pantsula,[2] abbreviated to HHP, and his moniker Jabba is a South African Motswako[3] MC who every now and again performs in a few dialects, however for the most part in Setswana.[1]

Pantsula finished his high tutoring at St. Alban’s College in Pretoria. He was at first piece of a gathering called Verbal Assassins, working intimately with maker Tebogo Rameetse. In 1997, he and his school companions met with maker Chicco Twala who created their introduction collection, Party. In any case, the band split not long after the arrival of Party. Pantsula had his next collection, Introduction, delivered by vocalist and maker Isaac Mthethwa, and recorded in various South African dialects, for example, Setswana, isiZulu and Sesotho.

Pantsula every now and again utilizes the expression “Maf-town” in his music, which alludes to the place where he grew up, Mafikeng, of South Africa’s North West region. In 2004 HHP discharged O Mang, a collection that saw him rejoining with his old school companion, Tebogo Rameetse as the maker of a track entitled On My Own. The remix of this track, created by “Beatmaker” earned him basic acclaim[by whom?]. He was regarded in September 2007 in the inaugural Mafikeng Golden Stars Awards held at the Mmabana Convention Centre.[1]

Pantsula discharged Acceptance Speech in December 2007 with its first single, Music and Lights, whose music video highlights Danny K and US R&B Star Amerie. In December 2009 Pantsula discharged his seventh studio collection Dumela. That same year, he teamed up with another notable South African rapper, Proverb, on a tune entitled Breadwinners, by and by highlighting Tebogo Rameetse on creation. He co-seats a record name, Lekoko Entertainment.

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