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DJ TOUCH OF SOUL ON COVER OF THIRTY 2B MAG

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MBABANE – Thabo Mnisi has dressed the most spoken about media personalities down to infants and he shares how he has done it.


In the 7th issue of the locally produced magazine Thirty 2B, DJ Touch of Soul shares his life story and how he has come to be one of the most talked about brands that has ever come out of Swaziland.


The young ambitious entrepreneur has made it as cover story for Thirty 2B Magazine which is a whole feature about young leaders.
Mnisi holds many titles under his hat including that of being the resident DJ of popular hotspot in Durban, Eyadini Lounge.
In the copy of Thirty 2B, Mnisi reveals his plans for this year and also gives advice to young aspiring youth that want to be like him.
“Get financially literate, read as much as you can and network with people that have similar interests and ambitions,” said Mnisi.


Thirty 2B is an online magazine founded by locals in the drive to promote hip hop culture in the country. It gives local musicians the platform to showcase their new musical projects and also get to report on other news related to the hip hop entertainment scene. It consist of 80 per cent  Swazi hip hop content, 10 per cent African content and 10 per cent content from the rest of the world. It is handled by Nkululeko J Mthethwa who is the CEO, Mkhuleko Qwabe the Graphics Design Manager, Sizwe M Mamba the Music Compiler and Nhlanhla Maziya who is the Marketing Manager.


Thirty 2B Magazine has realised that Swaziland is missing a platform where artists can upload their music and have fans download and stream for free. Currently, as a musical magazine they are creating a platform that will help Swazi artists to easily share their music with the world for free without any problems.  The magazine can be accessed on http://www.datafilehost.net/d/1oLJMkT7yJ.

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