DiscovrTV South Africa sat with down with Cape Town artist Majozi to chat about his life, music and 2019.
Where our words end, music begins... Creating music is my passion - Majozi
Kerry Anne: First up tell the DiscovrTV fans a little about who Majozi is.
Kerry Anne: Tell us about your musical influences ?
Kerry Anne: What has 2019 been like for you and what you been up to
Majozi: Been mainly playing loads of shows also had my first official holiday in years and went to New York and Hawaii. Also been promoting my new album ‘Majozi'which released at the end of 2018. Have now started the writing process again for the next album
Kerry Anne: Tell us about the sound of the new album and process of recording the album?
Kerry Anne: You always put so much love and effort into the album and int other artwork. The artwork on the last album was really stand out.
Majozi: I worked with the inhouse art director at the record label on the last album cover. So we now have designed t-shirts and merchandising to go with the album.
Kerry Anne: So when can we expect the new album.
Majozi: Im hoping to have the album /EP ready in the first half of 2020, I wanted to do a Christmas album this year but ran out of time, might still release a single in time for Christmas lets see.
Kerry Anne: Any cool South African bands you reckon we should be checking out?
Majozi: I’m really a big fan of Diamond Thug, probably one of the most underrated SA bands at the moment. Another is Aston Wylie always a jem. Ben Dey and the Concrete Lions so many great artists. Opposite the Other another great one.
Kerry Anne: What would you like to be remembered for when it comes to being Majozi?
Majozi: Always be kind, and remember that no matter who you are, what you've done or where you come from, there's always a hope for you.
Kerry Anne: Thanks, so much for joining us on DiscovrTV
Majozi: Thanks for having me on DiscovrTV