Seven 11 lives on

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Many would have already thrown in the towel but not for Eugene Lebona, the affable founder of kwaito band Seven 11 whose faith has kept him going for many years now.

It has been 18 years since Seven 11 burst onto the music scene with an album called Ze Entry whose hit song, Mmasepoto, took the country by storm securing the new entrants performing slots along big giants like Brenda Fassie, Lucky Dube and Splash when the South African giants toured the country in the 90s.

However, Lebona and his band are yet to mellow into kwaito stars though the kwaito outfit have been maintaining their spot in the local entertainment business. The group started with four members in 1995 but all Lebona have ditched it for some other ventures. One of them is now a practising traditional doctor, another one a DJ while the third member who came from a business family is reported to be taking care of one of the family enterprises.

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