A hard working Soweto based music producer LwaziNonyukela, known as ‘Soweto PosterBoy’ is dropping an EP on the 10 November 2020.
Despite Covid-19 pandemic challenges, Nonyukela did not let corona to stop him from working on his music career.
“I have been working on an EP under Hip Hop 411 tv brand, which is a media production agency. I added a music division where we just signed young talented artists such as Gustavo Caesar and Boogie Magix. Soon this month we are dropping an EP titled ‘From the parking lot’ produced by the super, hard-working and talented duo Dutch Goblin and Riley. I am an executive producer and there is a lot of brand-wise”, he added.
Nonyukela said he wants to contribute to creating a sustainable industry where artists can be independent and make a living out of their crafts. He added that his aim is to empower local artists and sell African creatives internationally.
“I want to collaborate with brands and other entities. My mission is to also understand what the music business is all about especially during this technology age time. I want to travel to the world in order to network and sell our content worldwide”, said Nonyukela.
He said it is a blessing to have contributed timeless to masterpiece through his musical gift and talent.
“Locally I have personally worked with the likes of L-Tido, H2O, Wikid, Riky Rick, Ali Keyz just to mention a few. Hip Hop 411 tv has worked with almost every big act in the music industry. I am also a South African Hip Hop award nominee. Hip Hop 411 has sponsored Prism awards in 2018, which is Africa’s most sought after public relations and communications awards. I have worked with big brands such as Castle Lite, Steers, Coca-Cola, KFC, Samsung and Stimrol to mention a few. Check out what we do or have done on the website: www.hiphop411.tv. Reach us on Instagram: @hiphop411tv and Facebook: @hh411tv”, he said.