- Black Motion has been in the music industry for a whopping 10 years
- The duo, made up of Thabo Mabogwane and Robert Mohosana, will be releasing a new album soon to celebrate this milestone
- The musos will also be celebrating with a two-hour virtual performance with Telkom Plus on Youth Day
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Black Motion has been in the music industry for a whopping 10 years now.
Thabo 'Smol' Mabogwane and Robert 'Murdah' Mohosana, both from Soshanguve, formed the group back in 2010.
They have dropped bangers such as Joy Joy, Imali, Rainbow and Set Me Free. Their popping tracks have been on high rotation on TV and radio stations across Mzansi and some parts of the world.
The two stars have taken to social media to let their fans know that they have completed their new album. The album, to celebrate their 10 years in the game, is expected to drop any time soon.
Their fans are eagerly waiting for the new project.
"I cannot wait."
"We are ready."
"I can't wait for this album to drop."
"We are ready, please release."
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The duo, which has kept Mzansi dancefloors full since those days, will also be celebrating their major milestone with a two-hour virtual performance with Telkom Plus on Youth Day.
Wanda Mkhize, Executive: Content & VS Gaming commended the group's talent and explained why they are a perfect fit, according to ZAlebs.
"The youth of today must embrace the doors opened by the youth of 1976. We simply cannot wait for this concert! Black Motion is a force to be reckoned with. They are young and vibrant and they relate well with the youth. This virtual concert is likely going to be an amazing piece of production."
Briefly.co.za reported when a video was shared via social media showing a group of young learners playing a song together in unison. The footage went viral as many were blown away by the impressive use of instruments. Praise was heaped on the youngsters and some even likened them to Black Motion.
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