ProVerb nominated for a seat on SA Music Rights Organisation board

ProVerb nominated for a seat on SA Music Rights Organisation board

- ProVerb took to social media to share the news of his nomination to serve on the board of SAMRO

- The South African Music Rights Organisation deals with artists and rights in the music industry and ProVerb said he'd be honoured to be a part of it

- The rapper tweeted that he was keen to learn the business and, if picked for the position, implement some changes

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ProVerb took to Twitter to reveal to his followers that he has been nominated for a spot on the board of the South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO).

The rapper posted a picture of a mini-biography of himself and some meeting notes from SAMRO as he captioned the tweet with words about how honoured he feels after being nominated.

ProVerb added that, should he be successfully chosen, he is excited to learn the business and be part of some positive change in the music industry.

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ProVerb is nominated to serve on the SA Music Rights Organisation board. Images: @proverbmusic
Source: Instagram

ProVerb wrote:

"Privileged to be amongst the Nominees for @SAMROMusic Board Membership. Keen to learn the ropes, introduce some new ideas and hopefully affect some change."

Some of ProVerb's followers took to the comments to respond to the news and congratulate the rapper on his nomination and wish him luck:

@TebogoLouwSA: "Congratulations sir"
@iamMthoe: "You got my vote grootman"
@EstherMellow: "Wow..."
@lile_is_love: "Make us proud grootman"

See ProVerb's tweet below:

Briefly.co.za recently reported on ProVerb deciding to write and release a book about his life and experiences.

While some celebrities were complaining about getting no gigs, others such as ProVerb were using the lockdown to be productive. The Idols SA presenter has penned his memoirs, which tell the story of his professional and personal life. The Book of ProVerb is named after his debut album. According to the rapper, the memoirs will pay tribute to all those who helped him become who he is today.

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The rapper wasn't shy to talk about some of the skeletons that are buried deep in his closet, including the painful divorce he endured a few years ago.

Taking to Twitter, ProVerb posted a picture of the book along with the caption:

"My truth, my fears, my flaws, my dreams, my highs, my lows, my story."

Twitter users were excited about the release and some pushed for the veteran rapper to drop an album as it's been a while since his last project.

Twitter user MarvinKRS_ZA said:

"After this we need a new album. Even if it's a 10-track album, just flourish with it."

Izzy_Hugo said:

"After five amazing books, I'm excited about this one as though it's the first!! Congratulations Grootman, onwards and upwards!"

Sikzin_6 said:

"Dankie Verbalist."

Zama46453076 said:

"Well done Pro, I will definitely get myself a copy when I am done with the two I am busy with. Siyakubongela boet, may it be a massive success."

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colleenlindys said:

"Congratulations Pro, I know is is going to be a fave read, will definitely get a copy. Killing it as always."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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