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After a hard battle, the exuberant Thokozane L'vovo Ndlovu has finally released an album, titled DKM.
He is the new kid on the beat scene, and with his heavy Zulu accent, he is yet another performer to be added to KwaZulu-Natal's hall of musical fame.
"I started off as a master of ceremonies at bashes and that is where I developed my interest in music," he says.
"It was not easy work, but my producer finally took me to the studio and we did a recording. The EMI guys heard me, said they wanted to sign me, and the rest is history."
The 25-year-old from Newcastle puts his heart into his performances and his elaborate dance moves impress most people.
"I won't say I am fat, maybe just voluptuous!
"I believe that if people don't know my music, the best way to introduce them to it is by putting on a good performance. I really enjoy myself when I am on stage."
Lately, it seems as if KwaZulu-Natal is booming with artists. Performers such as Tizozo and Prof, Durban's Finest, Bongz and Chinaman come to mind.
L'vovo says: "There is a lot of talent here. It is great to see we actually do not have to travel to Johannesburg to get spotted."