Tue. Feb 25th, 2020


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South Africa’s Afri Drops Album: ‘I Want To Know You’

Afri (Thulani Ndlovu) is a South African musician from Pietermaritzburg, Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Afri grew up in Pietermaritzburg where his father was born and has been active in many youth services and community activities. Being a DJ, songwriter and producer from an early age, he contributed to a lot of political campaigns, clubs and major country events.

Growing up as an orphan never stopped him from working and teaching the youth through his talents. With years of experience in the industry as a musician and promoter, he also worked with several well-respected stars and promoters.

His style as an underground musician, House Music and African style (Afro Beat) where some of his songs have been played on community radio stations around the country, in Africa and abroad.

He dropped an Album Titled: “I Want to Know You” of 16 tracks, with smash hit songs like “Come Closer, Vosho, Sdeshe and many more…. Afri is a live performing artist, DJ, songwriter and a producer. His CDs are in stores and album online stores

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