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RAPPER M KING ON BIG MOVES

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MBABANE — Celucolo Mkhatjwa widely known as M King is one of the new talents that are set to take the country’s hip hop music scenes by storm.

Speaking to the Entertainment Desk, the young rapper revealed that he could not stop gushing over his talent and career. He said he was working on his second project, which is an album that he would drop soon. M King stated that he was also working on signing deals with sponsors and a recording deal with a manager for marketing. “The upcoming album that I am recording under WISeagle Records will feature artists such as TN$ Savvy , L Suxes and LadySpesh,” he said. 

He said he prided himself I n being a superhuman and an artist that the industry needed to look out for. “I’m on flames and quality is the only thing I work with. I’m recording super dope tracks only,” said M King. Earlier in the year, the rapper dropped his track titled ‘Nazoke’, where he featured Diba Diba. He said the track promoted him among the music circles in the country and his supporters loved this track. According to interactions that were sourced from his Facebook page, the artist had been receiving unprecedented attention as one of the posts had over 300 likes and 142 comments. The artist’s star is continuing to rise and he seeks to feature some of the greatest artists in the country. “I hope that more people will love the work that I am working on releasing,” he remarked.

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He further urged his supporters to download and listen to his tracks on digital media platforms as well as follow his social media pages on Instagram and Facebook Page under Rapper M King, where the tracks and links are found. Rapper M King follows other local artists such as Yung Bad Newz and Chief Umtukulu, who have also revealed that they were in studio working on new projects.
   

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