- I’m one of the individuals who don’t care for gospel music.
- However, Tsepo Tshola’s music has consistently been an exemption, most likely because I view him as a jazz craftsman.
Regardless, I make the most of his music. As a music lover, I have days committed to different sorts of music. For instance, on Saturdays, I pay attention to Maskandi, while Sundays are saved for jazz.
On my jazz playlist, I generally have Tshola’s melodies without fail. Learning about his spending today contacted me because, honestly, I am a fan. When I was going via the most in 2020 after hospitalization, I would play his tune “Ho Lokile” consistently.
That tune gave me trust and helped me.
By paying attention to it, I acquired the strength that whatever I was going through, God’s will; like this, it is OK. I recall again in 2017 when he included on Cassper Nyovest’s melody, “Superman.” I used to pay attention to that tune a great deal since it praised cherishing and caring dads.
Also, as a raised individual by a dad after my mother’s passing when I was 10, I could identify with it. Tshola’s music conveys a solid message. That is why Jub also highlighted him on the single “Ke Kopa Tshwarelo” that he delivered in the wake of emerging from jail for killing four younger students due to irresponsible driving in 2010.
The information on Tsola’s passing was affirmed by the music symbol’s marketing specialist Thanduxolo Jindal. “Tsepo Tshola, Sankomota’s incredibly famous ‘Town Pope’ surrendered to a Covid-19 related disease toward the beginning of today in Teyateyaneng, Lesotho,” said Jindal in the interest of the Tshola family.