Teanet to rock with new album

SHANGAAN disco music sensation Foster Teanet has released a new album.

SHANGAAN disco music sensation Foster Teanet has released a new album.

The young brother to the late Shangaan disco king Peter Teanet released the album last week at the Peter Teanet Recording Company at Thapane village near Tzaneen.

Peter died after he was shot in Acornhoek in Mpumalanga in July 1996.

The album relates to the hardship that the star endured after the death of his brother and mother.

The Black Force Volume 16 paints a bleak picture for musicians and South African citizens who do not regard life as a learning curve. It also urges them to use opportunities provided to them while they still can.

The album further educates people to be self-reliant and to use their God-given talents.

When Foster's parents died he faced difficulties because he had no skill to run the business. As a result it crumbled.

The album has tracks you can dance to such as Nchino waka hina, Majingilane and Xhikolo.

"Music is the entertainer, the educator and should be used as a mirror to portray the realities of life," Foster said.

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