Arthur Mafokate makes his son, Lesego the CEO of 999 Music. The company has catered to top talents over the years, and it’s time to progress the brand with more talents. “One has always been toying around with the idea where you know it has to happen one day, but you don’t know when,” Arthur said to TshishaLIVE.
“I love music, I haven’t given up on music, but I found other interests to do, which have kept me busy. Now I’ve handed it over to my son, hoping he does it justice. I wish him luck on this journey because it is tough,” Arthur said.
“It’s overwhelming. I’ve wanted to do it for a long time ago when I was younger and thought this industry was a fun thing until I started learning about the business. I’ve always been in the background, but to come to the fore and make bigger decisions is a lot, but fortunately, he is around, so it’s not as if he won’t be there.”
Source – Fakazanews
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