Modise's smash album to hit the shelves

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FRANCISTOWN: Titled Meno Masweu, Botsogo Modise's second album is set to hit the shelves next month with its hit songs, which are likely to leave listeners mesmerised.

The album title, according to Modise, who is commonly known as Belerutwana, talks mostly about friends who come with different agendas and that some are not incapable of deceit and malice while others are humane.He describes the title track as an eye-opener and advises the public to be wary and put everything in the hands of God who shows light on everything.

The 38-year-old bachelor from Goo-Tau, says he started singing when he was doing Standard Three.He said that when he reached 21-years-old, he joined the Zion Christian Church (ZCC) and started to nurture his talent, singing in the church before joining the Francistown Boys Choir (FBC) in 1994.

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