Former SA Idols judge Dave Thompson living down under

Former South African Idols judge Dave Thompson says he currently works for a record label, Boom Studio, where they build artists as they grow.

The traditional methodology is in place. It is all about music discovery.

Dave Thompson, former Idols judge

Thompson also works for Royal Hotel Projects where he distributes South African music in Australia and New Zealand.

I'm still spending more time in Johannesburg. I have very deep roots with music community there.

Dave Thompson, former Idols judge

Listen to his full conversation with Xolani Gwala below...

Thompson emigrated to Australia in 2009 when his contract with Idols SA ended.

Xolani Gwala speak to him in this week's #WhatInTheWorldHappenedTo Afternoon Drive feature.

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