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Senzo Mfundo Vilakazi (conceived 11 August 1988), better known by his stage name Kwesta, is a South African rapper and songwriter. He was conceived in Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. He is right now marked to His own particular Independent and media organization known as Rap Lyf with fellow benefactor Kid X . His third studio collection DaKAR II was discharged on 26 February 2016.
Senzo went to Phumulani Secondary School for a long time, and later Alafang High School.
Senzo had appreciated verse amid his secondary school years and got positive input and support from kindred understudies and teachers.
In 2003, Senzo, at that point known as Quest, and a few companions framed a gathering called “Ghetto Fellaz”, which not long after wound up plainly known as “The Juvenylz” with an extra part. His group would have liked to be found and marked, however it didn’t occur. Senzo dropped out of secondary school at 16 years old to seek after his music vocation full-time. He began recording his first demo in his home studio. This demo got the consideration of Africa’s Most Southern Record Company (AMS), which in the long run enabled him to utilize their account offices to take into account youthful Kwesta to bridle his rapping aptitudes.
Kwesta, still a young person, persuaded his mom to give him taxi toll important to get to Buttabing Entertainment’s workplaces. This gathering brought about Kwesta being added to Buttabing Entertainment’s program, co-claimed by establishing individuals Shugasmakx and Slikour.
In mid 2010, Kwesta was chosen to wind up plainly a Brand SA envoy executing as the feature demonstration at the across the country roadshow visit in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup.
His presentation studio collection Special Rekwest was discharged in September 2010. The main single was “Step”. Different singles incorporates “Streak It,” “Babhemi,” “Flava” and “Pump It”. Kwesta was 22 years of age amid the arrival of his first collection.
His sophomore studio collection DaKAR (Da King of Afrikan Rap) was discharged carefully on 25 November 2013 and appeared on the South African iTunes Hip-bounce/Rap Chart at number 3, just behind Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP II and Drake’s Nothing Was the Same. The collection was generally welcomed by fans and music industry insiders.
August 9, 2020
August 9, 2020