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Thato Madonsela (conceived January 30, 1982), better known by his stage name L-Tido, is a South African hip bounce recording craftsman from Alexandra, Johannesburg. He is best known for being one of only a handful couple of free artists in the nation to achieve business achievement, winning the Best Newcomer in Africa grant at the 2010 Channel O Music Video Awards (a respect he got without having discharged a collection) and accepting various other honor designations.
L-Tido’s music vocation started in 2009 when he self-discharged, self-showcased and hand-to-hand circulated his mixtape City of Gold. It got a great deal of recognition, with various tunes being played on a few radio stations and garnish various radio and music video diagrams. The achievement of the mixtape prompt honor assignments and the triumphant of Channel O’s Most Gifted Newcomer grant.
On 30 June 2011, L-Tido freely discharged his introduction collection, All or Nothing, which was said to uncover everything in regards to his voyage and what it took for this rising star to get to where he is. The collection incorporates joint efforts with K.O from Teargas, Nigerian artist Banky W, Tumi from Tumi and the Volume, Da L.E.S of Jozi and Maggz.
The collection was generally welcomed with a few tunes besting various outlines, including Channel O Weekly Charts, MTV Base African Chart, etv’s Club 808 Chart, French music channel Trace TV’s Africa Top 10 Chart; and “We Rollin” turning into the number 2 most played tune in the nation as per the nation’s RAM charts (a site which composes, computes and examinations the most played melodies on different neighborhood radio stations in the nation), a first for a hip jump tune in the nation. L-tido additionally turned into the primary hip bounce craftsman to have two tunes in the Top 10 of the RAM diagram in the meantime.
L-Tido coordinates and conceptualizes the majority of his music recordings. He was one of the specialists who spearheaded the move in the level of nature of music recordings conveyed by hip jump craftsmen in the nation. Lerato Matsotso of the Daily Sun (South Africa’s greatest every day newspaper) noticed this development by saying, “Craftsmen from SA are moving from simply shooting party music recordings with the standard pool brimming with half-bare young ladies to putting resources into recordings and thinking of incredible storylines”, and distinguished L-Tido’s work as “music recordings that will give the global recordings a keep running for their money”.
L-Tido additionally has a Channel O selection for Best Video, a Metro FM grant assignment for “We Rollin” including Teargas’ KO, and a South African Music Awards designation for Best Hip Hop collection in 2012.
L-Tido’s second collection All of Me was discharged on 8 November 2013, through a permitting organization between the craftsman and Electromode Music and Business Solutions and appeared at number 2 on iTunes’ South African Hip Hop chart. The craftsman said the collection was “roused by close to home conditions and circumstances that my loved ones have experienced in the most recent year”. The collection is said to have a present hip bounce sound, imbued with L-tido’s African legacy, with this coming through obviously in the instrumental of his first single “Who You Loving”, and the examining of kwaito craftsman Doc Shebeleza’s “Get Getsa” in his second single, “Steve Kekana”.
The meat between L-Tido and individual South African hip jump craftsman AKA started in 2009 when AKA went on the informal organization Facebook to openly disregard L-Tido while remarking on a tune which highlights individual hip bounce craftsmen Da L.E.S and Bongani Fassie of Jozi and Maggz. This sent the South African hip jump scene into a buzz, as specialists began to quarrel. Radio stations and music destinations couldn’t get enough, and the two craftsmen, who were new to the hip bounce scene, were the theme of talk everywhere throughout the nation. The hamburger saw the two craftsmen recording diss tracks, which denoted the finish of people in general quarreling between the specialists and South Africa’s most energizing beef. In May 2013 the craftsmen set up photographs on Instagram of them in the studio together, in spite of the fact that they still can’t seem to discharge anything jointly. L-Tido has professed to have made millions from music regardless of no unmistakable verification being delivered.
L-Tido was the main South African craftsman to be a piece of the battle to advance the second period of the MTV grant winning youth dramatization Shuga, authorized by MTV Networks Africa in relationship with the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, the Partnership for a HIV-Free Generation (HFG) and the Government of Kenya, by meeting up with craftsmen Banky W, Wizkid and Bon-Eye to make the soundtrack for the season. The music video was shot by acclaimed African executive Clarence Peters in Kenya.
L-Tido has worked with various South African specialists, including Maggz, Cassper Nyovest, Tee-Pee, Sean Pages, Morale, Veritaz, KO of Teargas, Tumi of Tumi and the Volume, Reason, Gingerbread Man, Bongani Fassie (child of famous artist Brenda Fassie) and Da L.E.S of Jozi, Sphum and Anatii. L-Tido has worked with craftsmen all over Africa, and has been on tunes with Banky W, Wizkid and Ice-ruler from Nigeria, Camp Mulla and Bon-Eye from Kenya, Sarkodie and D-Black from Ghana.
On July 13, 2015, L-Tido’s single titled “Dlala Ka Yona” was discharged. The single highlights creation from South African hip bounce record maker Tweezy, who is most outstanding for delivering monetarily effective singles “Sim Dope”, “Run Jozi (Godly)” and “Everyone’s Eyes on Me”, all from AKA’s widely praised sophomore studio collection Levels. In 2018, he has team up with his South Africa Counterpart T-phoenix on a melody titled I’m Back
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