What in the world happened to Dawnay?

South African singer, producer and song writer Dawnay caught up with Xolani Gwala on the Afternoon Drive show.

Dawnay is best known for his hit U Touch Me which broke records in South Africa when it spent 22 weeks at the top of the charts in 2001.

He says he still performs and sings across South Africa.

Dawnay is currently in Melville opening at a live music venue.

I still perform. I am performing tomorrow night.

Dawnay, singer

Listen to the audio below to hear where he is now...

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