King Monada opens the industry and help local talent by setting up a village recording studio.
According to The Citizen, King helped with the studio out of his hardwork and sweat.
This is where dreams are and will be made,” said Monada as he tested his new system fitted with cutting-edge technology, bound to produce a well-cooked taste of music.
“All that you see here, comes from sweat and hard work. I did not get them in Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town or Pretoria. I got them here in Tzaneen,” he said.
“It has always been my dream to help local artists to make it in the dog-eat-dog music industry. I knew there has always been an avalanche of talent in Limpopo waiting to be explored and nourished.
“Then I took my savings from the proceeds of my gigs to build this art, which I believe will go a long way in unearthing untapped singing talents from my rural province,” he said.
The inspiration of building a recording studio was from his past experience on the difficulty to have access to equipment as a growing musician.