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Published on Nov 11, 2008
This is a long awaited offering from one of the young protégée, Motlapele whom I see as a hipster, an existential who preserves his humanity by seeing through the irony and absurdity of his agrarian and country life situation. In this album- Matlhale a Badimo a Mantsi Mr Mo empowers the native expressions without fear of being the mirror of the poor.
His lyrical expressions are baseline from the Last Poets to Arrested Development to Fugees in representing the marginalized. He consistently calls for the Blue Collar revolution. This music is more about sound progression than a dance floor caricature. Mo is a social activist, a mirror all those having... The History
* 1981 - Born, Motlapele Morule, the how many-th?
* 1997 - Co-founded il-tribe with Towdee, Kaygizm and Khuli
* 2000 - Changed group name to Morafe
* 2001 - Featured on HHPs 2nd album, maftown, on ayoba
* 2002 - Resigned as a full member of Morafe, who cares why?
* 2003 - Undertook a vegetable production project with the help Of my dad on the family farm, Bakang.
* 2005 - Planted 50 hectares and harvested 36 tons of dry sunflowers • Featured on HHPs 5th offering, yba2nw
* 2006 - Resigned as a full member of Morafe, who cares why?
* 2007 - Arrested for malicious damage to property, sabotage! • Releasing the most anticipated album in recent years From the motswako camp?