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Traplord hopes for successful comeback

After keeping his fans in the dark for some time now, Poloko Tshwene known as Traplord in the music circles for his trap-music last week released his second single called Winner featuring Tlamelo Malebe.

The two collaborated last year on their first song titled Candle Light, which was repeatedly played on television and radio stations in the country. The rapper told Showbiz the song brought him closer to his dreams as a young upcoming artist who strives to succeed. He, however, later experienced a downfall while his fans were looking for more. Traplord said that he is back to giving people good music and his single has received great response from his supporters. The Tonota born and raised rapper said he started singing in 2015 when he got inspired by American hip-hop recording artist, Robert Rihmeek Williams known professionally as Meek Mill.

“I am currently working on a mixtape, which will consist of 12 tracks. I want to bring quality music to the people therefore I will be working hand in hand with my manager, Keletso Given and work with the best promoters,” Traplord said. He said he recently released his second track to get back into the game and let his fans know that he is still passionate. “The most important part in music

is to always keep your fans on their toes, by giving them fresh and quality music every time. As upcoming artists we are sometimes overwhelmed by the lack of finance for recording. This time around I am happy that I have a manager who is assisting with funds,” he added.

The 23-year-old upcoming star said that Batswana should expect a lot from his mixtape because the songs are going to be a game changer with club bangers and inspiring lyrics. He said that the songs would target both the young and the old.

“The song opener for my mixtape is entitled Leleka Zaka, and its the song I want to push hard before the release so that it captures a lot of people’s attention before others (tracks). I believe in working hard in everything I do that is why I believe that next year will be my year and the year where people will get good music,” he said. He said he is very thankful for the support on social media and he is working towards increasing his fanbase.




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