- A young and fresh musician from Season V, Benny Afroe, soars under the South African flag.
- While he expresses himself with a blend of flowing African sounds and feelings.
Growing up in two small towns, Benny Afro, whose real name is Benny Riba, was surrounded by the music of his bass guitarist father. The hitmaker of “Yoch” said that he always knew that music would be a big part of his life deep down. At the age of 13, he invented his first full song and never looked back.
“Music is always there. A lot of music encircled my childhood, so apart from me always knew. I know I’m on to something when I make my whole song myself. I’ve never stopped making music since then. “
While the music industry is continually changing and challenges are challenging for future artists, the young musician says he is struggling with the internet. This will forever be a challenge for young musicians in the Internet age,” he said.
With hits like “Know My Name, Goodbye” also a collaboration with award-winning singer Ami Faku, “This Feeling,” the young man is showing no signs of slowing down, like his role models Kanye West, Sjava, and Drake.
The goal is to stay focused and grounded. “I always try to remember why I am in this industry. This is the music, so I try to focus on the music as best I can. “My love for music is inexplicable. She has sacrificed so much to grow to this point. “The others are in second place,” said Afro.
Emphasizing Youth Day, he said, “It’s about celebrating youth and reminding them that the future belongs to them. This is also the time to inspire and train young minds. “Young people must not stop working in their trade. You’re not good enough until you get good enough,” the singer said.