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Fresh Family, Magogoz and Street Kidz on a rebound

 

Forgotten, Kwaito groups Fresh Family, Magogoz and the Street Kidz are turning back the hands of time with an album launch.

The three groups will be releasing an album as well as going on a countrywide tour to reconnect with their fans.

Confirming the news, Palla Fresh told unwrap.online that the groups will be working on an all old school kwaito project.

Without giving away too much as the project is still underway, Palla Fresh says all information will be rolled out in due course. 

“ Yes it is true and we are all excited to work on this project that was inspired by Magogoz. We will be delivering strictly hardcore kwaito because that is what and who we are. We decided to do this as a trio group because we started together and we all have the same passion for the industry,” he said.

Speaking on behalf of his group which started music in 2007, Palla Fresh admits that his group has been awol as it has been over five years without a sound from them however all of this is now in the past.

“ We realised that the hustle is tough and as an artist, one needs a backup plan because of responsibilities. We had to stop for a while, some of the members went back to school, others did business and the rest got jobs. We are now stable and in a position to continue,” he said. 

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Still based in Ongwediva, Fresh Family says they will be releasing a single titled Omambungu on their social media, radio and online music platforms. This is a sign of a new journey for the group.

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