Wreckless Motion enters the fray

Wreckless Motion
Wreckless Motion

Rookie outfit, Wreckless Motion, makes their debut with a love jam, Million Reasons, up for release for Valentine’s Day.

The group is set to release its two-track single on February 14. The three teenagers are convinced they are bringing something new to the music scene with their mix of Rap and Soul genres.

Emmanuel Jordan Muzenda, 17, Israel Dube, 17, and Thandi Dube, 13, are related and vow they are on a mission to conquer the world as a family.

 The trio says the Valentine’s Day release is strategic and they are convinced it will set their music careers in motion.


“The song (Diaries Of Evil) is about someone who had their heart broken on Valentine’s Day.  That’s why we decided to release it on the day.  But we are also giving away Million Reasons, which talks about love and how there are a million reasons to love,” the younger Dube explained.

The trio says they just found themselves caught up in music and decided to work together as family.

 “We are happy for the help we are getting from Amp-prez musically.  We cannot wait to put our music out there. Young as we are we strongly believe the international stage is ours,” Muzenda told Showbiz.

Amp-prez is the same label, which produced 17-year-old Feine (Kenaleone Mosekiemang), the teenager who won a BOMU Award last year, received rave reviews in America.

 Israel is convinced the label will also bring the best out of them.

“We have seen Feine grow.  She is our age mate and we believe that if we can be teachable we will also go places,” he said.

The 17-year-olds are waiting to go to tertiary school while Thandi is a Form Two student at Newton.  

Their manager, Kealeboga Mosekiemang, believes the award Feine won spurs the youngsters on.

“I noticed that Feine motivated them by winning an award. Of course they have different taste in music, but they still draw inspiration from her,” he said.

Thandi, who was born in neighbouring Zimbabwe, is a big fan of Feine and Katy Perry.

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