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Disco 55 ' House music vibrator.

Obakeng Tabe - young and active from Montshiwa village at Mafikeng – North West has released his new album which is believed to open doors for him

as a music artist."I was born as a musician, I will die as one and I will be remembers as producer, this is in my blood, bones, mind and heart", “Nothing in this world will ever destroy the passion I have for music" says Obakeng who is known as Disco 55.

"We are all born with certain abilities and entitled to expose them, which is the only way to fulfil our lives as individuals", “We should stop running after wealth but pursue our dreams, that's my advice to all dreamers who dream without actions" says Disco 55

He started as a dancer from the young age and also danced with a group which he owned and founded while he was young. He told Spotlight Newspaper - “I enjoyed every moment, perhaps that's because I acted out of passion, however I believe that I was unaware that I will grow as a music artist" he said

Disco55 his qualified as Electrical Engineer from VUT (Vaal University of Technology) and he believes to know his work but seemingly nothing makes him happier than music. “Even when I am busy with other things I hear 'music beats' in my ears and I tend to dance to my calling, which is how I discovered that I was born as a music producer" he said.

As a burning passion for music he enrolled himself with "Soul Candy' for one year music lessons during 2007 by then he was already in the music industry. "I have worked with professionals in this industry in the past 12 years with people like: - Mojalefa Thebe, Ronny Malinga from Hit House Records and I have contributed to their Hit House Volume One",

"If you want to prosper in everything that you do in life then there should be persistence, this means I also failed many times as I have tried to release an album before, but this album will lift me up and put me under spotlight like all successful artists in the world" says an enthusiast.

According to him his future is brighter and shining as a music producer, however he doesn’t want to shine alone,

“I want to shine with all who know what they want out of life. sharing the stage with top artists like DJ Black Coffee, Oskido, Christos, DJ Sbu, Magesh, Vatkoek, Mahuta and many more proved that I’m one of them in the music industry",

In his album “My Africa my future" he had featured an international artist Harrison Crump and produced a powerful track together that will vibrate the house music.

"Make sure you buy your original copy" he said; and I believe that our government is not doing enough to protect artists, even members of SAPS buys pirated music and films in our streets corners. If our government what to stop piracy in South Africa it is possible, they should arrest street vendors that sell pirated products and prosecute them.

This album has 12 hit tracks. Sbu Maloya, Robby Malinga, Bheki Kuwe, Dvyn1 and Silver worked with him towards producing this hit album.

“We have our own production studios and I’m the founder of Females DJ’s Society" he said.

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