AFTER his first hit Marry Me, house producer and DJ Call Me said it took him a decade to release another hit.
The DJ, whose real name is Aubrey Lebese, is from Mokopane in Limpopo.
He released Matorokisi last month.
He told SunBuzz: “I’ve been struggling to make a hit after I released Marry Me in 2009.
“I had to be strong all these years as it wasn’t easy for me.”
He said what kept him going were his fans because they believed in him.
Call Me said he always had plans to come back with a banger song, but didn’t know-how.
He worked with Ndivhudzannyi “Makhadzi” Ralivhona on Matorokisi.
“I love how Makhadzi always uses her voice to get the attention of music lovers.It was a blessing when he featured on my single,” he said.
Call Me said they received video clips of many people, including famous artists, dancing to Matorokisi.
He plans to release a debut album next year.
“As much as people have been asking me to give them an album, I think I’m in the right space to do that,” said Call Me.
“I’ll put a couple of unreleased singles and also work on some new ones with their favourite local stars.”
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