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Money and fame becomes the problem - Captain Tswazi

by Rosalia David

Former Tswazi group member Milton Mootseng popularly known as Captain Tswazi released his first solo album titled ‘Checkmate’ and says his music career has been much better after their bitter breakup.

Although fingers have been pointed and much has been said about their sudden break up, Captain Tswazi  told Vibe that the group only started having petty arguments after money and fame stepped in.

“I am no longer part of the group because all of the sudden they decided that my work is taking up too much time and apparently I don’t make time for studios.  I have always been working but my job was never an issue, I think when money and fame gets involve people change,” he says.

Captain Tswazi released his album in September on which he featured artists such as Neslow, Staika and Tboz, Iris, Kalux and others.

He said his album was well received and music lovers are liking his new tracks from all corners of the country.

“So far so good, people are going crazy about the album, I have sold the first copies already and have just received the second batch of copies,” he says.

The artist who plans on releasing another single early next year, said his album has also been listed number 10 as most sold albums at Antonio’s art.

The 13 track album was produced by Kboz, Same lee Jones, Dj Doza and the House Guru Gang.

He said his favourite hit track on the album remains the first song titled Break through featuring Ponti.

“The number one track on the album is my favourite, it is always on repeat but the rest are also good songs. For us artists there is always that one song,” he said.