Mr Bless names his latest EP after his great grand father Msengwane: ‘It’s a two sides project’

A well locally known Hip Hop artist Mr Bless releases his EP mixed with Hip Hop and Amapiano music titled Msengwane.

By Ronald DK Nchabeleng

Mr Bless, a Mamelodi West based musician, has been in the music industry for years and he is not looking to stop as yet.

The Twenty First mixtape maker has been doing Hip Hop in the years gone by but he is switching sides to mix Amapiano and Hip Hop in his latest releases.

One such mix is his latest four track EP titled Msengwane that includes Hip Hop and Amapiano songs.

“The Ep is a two sides project with two Piano and two Hip Hop songs,” he told Mams Music Gallery. “It is an EP of four tracks and its titled Msengwane which is a birth name of my great grand father’s name so I named the project after him.”

When asked about the unique song from this EP, the talented performer says is Hulumeni which translates to Government. It is not the first time Mr Bless releases  government dedicated song in his career as he dropped Sifuna Cash, a song that was included in his last album Twenty First and talks about how workers need money to survive.

On Hulumeni, the musician says “is a track that talks more of how the government is going to handle this situation of Lock Down as they always increase levels.. I worked with Saisai on this Hip Hop project.”

“On Amapiano people can look out for a track titled Amabhodlela,” he concluded.