Tshwaragano Ya Koma Collabo on the cards

Rrapula 'Kurre' Mhlanga
Rrapula 'Kurre' Mhlanga

A listening session for a newly released album titled, Tshwaragano Ya Koma, which is an offering by some local music legends, will be held on Saturday at Mosu Mantsie 585 Studios in Block 1, Mmopane.

In an interview with Arts & Culture, the founder and director of Mosu Mantsie 585 Studios, Rapula Mhlanga explained that Tshwaragano Ya Koma was a collaboration conceived during the COVID-19 era.

However, he pointed out that the album was initially called Legends Against COVID. “Our social responsibility at Mosu Studios went out to another level. Having realised that our elderly legendary artists were affected by COVID-19, we decided to empower them through a collaborated effort, producing music and thus engaging them at the same time giving them something worthwhile to concentrate on,” he said.

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