People are reluctant to engage themselves in anything recently reason been the assumption of being tricked by politicians is a huge concern at the moment. South Africa is well known for its democratic system that allows people to raise their views about governmental matters. With elections coming in few weeks most are willing to vote so that they can get jobs. It is still crucial for people to vote and people like Ruddy selowa (31) from Tembisa is amongst those who are longing for change, "I am willing to vote and vacinate but in return I want a job", he said. He mentioned that it is really difficult currently for a person to get a job. With high rate of unemployment Ruddy decided to be serious about his musical career. He formed a group called 'Ruddyliscious music family' . However it is important to stay positive as the moment South Africa has been waiting for is just around the corner. Ruddy is working with Prince Kabila in some of his musical projects and Ruddyliscious music family is currently looking for a sponsor because with this Covid -19 it is really hard to notice up coming artists.
Ruddy started doing his music in 2011, focusing on Bolobedu house music. The Ruddyliscious music family team consist of 4 vocalists going by the names of Prince Kabile, Glenco, Lacoster and Laddy Queen. Coming across challenges like nepotism in the industry it is not easy for one to make it in the industry said Ruddy.
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