Recognised as one of 2018’s biggest breakthrough acts, Manu WorldStar has received an endorsement from music television network, Trace TV, by featuring him in their coveted Bout To Blow (BTB) segment.
Trace TV (Trace Africa & Trace Urban) handpicks artists that they feel have global breakthrough potential and features them through a live music showcase and interviews.
“We are extremely excited for Manu WorldStar. Vth Season has a major vision for his music and brand for 2019. He will be musical force of note from Africa,” shares Raphael Benza of Vth Season.
Manu WorldStar’s Bout To Blow (BTB) segment will air throughout the day on Trace Urban at 11:40, 13:31, 15:54, 19:33. Tune in to get an in-depth look at one of Africa’s rising stars following the release of his hit single, Nalingi.
The Joburg born South African artist of Congolese decent, who is co-management by the Vth Season and Punchline Media, has 13 number #1 spots and counting for hit single Nalingi, on key radio & TV charts in territories such as the UK, Nigeria, Botswana, Zambia and South Africa.
Watch Manu WorldStar’s Nalingi music video here
The Nalingi hit maker also features on DJ PH’s latest single, Go Down, with Rouge, which is already causing a stir on dance floors globally and showcases Manu WorldStar’s diversity as a musician.
You can catch the rising star at Rich Durban tonight, and at the 9th annual Maftown Heights this Friday at Mmabatho Stadium in Mahikeng.
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