Trinity gets his breakthrough

Trinity during a performance
Trinity during a performance

It seems Canada-based Motswana jazz artist Moletlanye Mphoeng who trades by the stage name Trinity has found greener pastures in Toronto. Bobonong-born Trinity, who has been based in Canada since May 2012, says that his move was influenced by his need to take his brand to greater heights.

He says that when he made the decision to move he wanted to follow his passion as a musician, face challenges, smell a breakthrough and he is slowly but surely getting that in North America.

Trinity's recent gig was his performance at the Toronto Africa Fashion Week in August where Batswana designers Black Trash were guest designers.  Some of his gigs include The African Entertainment Awards, The Africa Night in Hamilton City and Immigrants and Cultural Arts Galla dinner among others.

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