Euri celebrates African icons with a new clothing line

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Rap mogul Tebogo ‘Euri’ Motsie has decided to celebrate African icons through his new clothing line titled Real Legends.

The rapper who recently got signed to Rock The City record label, a sister company to Mafia Soul, will be releasing his clothing line early next month.

He said the clothing line has a variety of clothes ranging from t-shirts, sweaters, caps, socks and trousers.

He, however, said that in the early stages of putting together the clothing line only t- shirts and sweaters would be up for distribution.  Real Legends will only be available at Mafia Soul outlets since the rapper has a merchandising agreement with the urban fashion store.


“The clothing line is aimed at celebrating our African icons and other unsung heroes that have gone an extra mile to help develop communities within the continent,” said the rapper, adding that the African icons include Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu and Robert Mugabe.

“I have been spreading the message through music and now through fashion,” he said.  Euri further mentioned that African icons are not being celebrated enough, and Real Legends will fill that gap.

Euri explained that he came up with the concept and design of Real Legends, which was finalised by designers. The same suppliers of Mafia Soul are supplying Real Legends.  Euri stated that as time goes on he would engage a local supplies company.

He stated that he has not finalised pricing of Real Legend merchandise, but it will be affordable. Euri recently released a new single titled Life And Struggle featuring Nigerian artist Saltz for his upcoming album, which will be released during the course of the year.            

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