Zeze Kingston of the renowned urban music group Daredevils, who is now based in South Africa, has kept his music stamina alive in the Rainbow Nation.
The artist, who moved to South Africa in 2018, has been active and this year he is determined to finalise two projects – one titled To Myself and a joint Amapiano venture where he is working with some South African artists.
Kingston has already made headway in his upcoming project by releasing a new track titled ‘Forever’.
“‘Forever’ is a love song but I twisted the love story because now I am giving a person I am in love with reasons to stay with me,” he said.
Kingston released the video of the track on YouTube last month alongside the audio.
“I am happy with the steps I have made so far. It is all about being patient and utilising the breaks that are there,” he said.
Kingston also said that, last year, he managed to drop a project that had an Amapiano song titled ‘Tseke Tseke’.
“The feedback from people on this song was overwhelming and this is why I am working on another Amapiano project and although I am here doing it alone, Daredevils is my family,” he said.
In May last year, Kingston also released a track titled ‘Shine’.
“Music lives in me and growing up with my uncles GD and Marcus was a bonus as they gave me an opportunity to make music with them,” he said.