Music is something that makes people happy and artists like Kabelo Mabalane do understand that they can offer more to the country than just singing to the songs that they make, but they have also try to use music to change the lives of many young people in the country.
His life was not easy because he was a former drug addict and this might be the way that he can spread the message to his fans where he might use his songs to speak to the new artist in the industry, who are experiencing challenges of drugs and alcohol this day.
Many artists have come and gone in the industry and this has raised some concerns about how the talent of the young people has been waisted onto these things because whenever they try to get exposure on the industry, they face these challenges which pulls them back.
A lot of artists have retired from this industry because they were failing to handle this pressure anymore we're they have to fight with their recording companies, because of the things that were not included in their contracts and some didn't read their contracts well when they were singing them.
People like Kabelo might be helpful on this issue because they know what are the solutions that they can bring into this industry which has destroyed many people, and this will help many artists to know what to do when they are going through difficulties because of the advice that they get.
Kabelo is married to Grace Mabalane but he still has a lot of recognition in this industry because of the contribution, that he had in the kwaito music which has raised a lot of questions if this music is dead or is the style that the new artist is bringing in the industry this year.
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