#702Unplugged

Hitmaker Zakes Bantwini drops wisdom, shares taste of new album on #702Unplugged

South African record producer, singer and songwriter Zakes Bantwini says consistency has played a major role in his longevity in the local music industry.

The hitmaker sat down with Azania Mosaka to talk about his successful career, the importance of education and also performed some music from his latest album, Love, Light & Music 2.

You can be a one-hit wonder.

Zakes Bantwini, record producer, singer and songwriter

I'm very grateful and happy that people still appreciate my music.

Zakes Bantwini, record producer, singer and songwriter

For us to be able to take this country somewhere better, we all have to be educated.

Zakes Bantwini, record producer, singer and songwriter

Listen to the inspiring conversation with Zakes Bantwini:

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