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Kgomotso Mokgatlhe, SubVerse, is a South African hip hop artist intent on making a name for himself through authentic, hard-hitting and honest music. In his own words: “African child with passion and style, straight out the 3rd world – still reppin’ with maximum pride.”

Tswellopele The EP is his debut project, due out in Q3 2012 with a hit single “Ntwana ya Rusty” as the lead song. Having worked with producers including Instro, TBeatz (of Jenerik Soulz) and Audiophiles, Tswellopele will serve as an introduction and appetizer to the music of SubVerse. The project sees SubVerse showing his full range of skills from crafting capturing and vivid stories through to nifty wordplay and tales of an artist chasing his dreams.
Born and bred in the North West province town of Rustenburg, SubVerse quickly discovered his love for music of all types but most especially hip hop. His honed creative writing skills and explosion of hip hop and RnB in the mid-90’s is what lead him to start experimenting with song-writing at a fairly young age. Subverse’s lyrics are mostly English with a mix of SeTswana, being a proud “Ntwana ya Rusty.” While his influences mainly stem from the hip hop genre, he does not limit his taste in any way and dabbles into other genres – a trait that is evident in his music.

SubVerse plans to craft a career as a musician, performer and household name within the entertainment scene for many years to come. First among his plans is an award-winning debut album planned for 2013. You would do well to remember the name.
BUY Tswellopele The EP on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/za/album/tswellopele/
Management: Modise Tsasanyane 073 8088 197 modise@pgpmusic.co.za
Social networks: Facebook “SubVerse” Twitter: SubVwaRusty

SubVerse SubVerse, Johannesburg, South Africa

  • A Comment on SubVerse's
    Face To The Horizon (Feat. Eli) at 0.03
    on December 23, 2013 08:37
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    Face To The Horizon (Feat. Eli) at 0.31
    on February 08, 2013 13:40

    @Gmabyane: Much appreciated!!!

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