Season 2 of The Lite Show may have ended but a bonus interview with Zulu Mkhathini showed the King of Slay topping the leaderboard for this season’s Stay in the Game, toppling the leader, Mpho Popps, who appeared in Episode 3 of this season. In an honest and open interview with host Donovan Goliath, Zulu spoke about his childhood and said the reason he’s so multifaceted is because he never focused on one single thing. Growing up in the Durban township of Ntuzuma, Zulu says his teachers and community members would always tell his mom he has star quality and she felt pressured to remind him to keep pushing and to achieve his dreams. He rose to the pressure and describes himself as a “proud African Zulu man”.
People might have known Zulu as “Dash” from hip-hop group, Dreamteam. Now a recognised solo artist, he says his journey is the result of many pxeople contributing to his success, including his mom and sister. Zulu, who dropped a highly successful album during the pandemic and collaborated with some of the best in South Africa’s popular music scene, is close to the Castle Lite brand as he previously hosted #UtimateHouseParty.
The show closed out with Zulu freestyling with Donovan in a perfect end to a jam-packed season of laughs and celebration of South African entertainment.
The Lite Show is Mzansi’s first-ever YouTube news show brought to you by Africa’s biggest premium beer brand, Castle Lite. The show is all about giving South Africans the opportunity to stay abreast of what’s going on while enjoying a good laugh and getting to know more about the featured guests.
While season 2 has come to a close, don’t worry. You can, re-watch your favourite episodes and relive the moments you loved most. Catch all the episodes on the Castle Lite YouTube channel.
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