The Best Songs Of Mapele The Boss

The latest songs by Mapele The Boss in 2019

Mapele The Boss has been sensational in 2019. As a result, his music is now crossing borders and
attracting audience countries like Botswana and Namibia. Some of his latest songs include:

  1. Bodyguard ft Prince Benza & Mayandies
  2. Chelete ft Prince Benza & Poshy Gal
  3. Phalaza ft Prince Benza
  4. King Monada ft Mapele The BossSo Good

Who is Mapele The Boss?

Birth name : Miyelani Mahlori
• Stage name : Mapele The Boss
• Genre : Afro/House/dance
• Occupation : producer and vocalist
• Years of active : 19
• Record label : Peletude Records
• PR services by : Peletude Media

Mapele The Boss is a vibrant Award winning artist residing in Pretoria.
He was born on the 18th of September in 1981. Born in Tzaneen

Mapele The Boss Album

After Matric, he went to the University of Cape Town to
pursue a course in Film & Media Studies. He, by then signed up with
Topco Models in Cape Town. Same year he registered his record label
(PELETUDE RECORDS) and also recorded his first studio project.

The album was titled WOZA WOZA and it was produced by Goggy Pinana
at MAMA DANCE STUDIOS in Cape Town. After so much dedication he was demanded for local print and TV

Mapele The Boss Sponsorships

He was the face of PEP AND VODACOM. He launched
the Vodacom & Pep Cellphone Contract in 2003. In 2005, he pursued his modeling career abroad. He stayed in London
( Britain) where he acquired enough funds to invest in his music career.

He built a recording Studio in Pretoria where he later worked
with a countless number of artists.
Including the following: King Monada, Sho Madjozi, Dr Malinga, Papa Penny, Jeff Maluleke, Mr Bow, The Double Trouble, Joe Shirimani etc.

Mapele The Boss’s Inspiration to make music

The use of technology as modes of communication, ranging from social media to mobile phones, has inspired several singers to compose new songs. One such singer is Miyelani Lennon Mahlori, who recently released his single entitled User busy.

The rising star in the house genre is known by his trade name, Mapele, and on his single he features Sho Madlozi and Nia Pearl.

“It’s my time to be a game changer in the music industry,” he announced. “ I come from a musical background, where my uncle is a guitarist. As a young child, I would sing to his mellow country jams. My uncle was my mentor.”

With knowledge from decades of being associated with music via the family, Mapele started producing music around 2002, but he later faced the same obstacles that every unknown artist encounters, namely that known artists did not want to work with him because of poor quality in vocals and production. “Because I knew what I wanted to achieve, I never gave up,” he said. “I learned to turn some nos into yeses because I knew from a young age that I was born to entertain.”

He was inspired by the late Paul Ndlovu. He chose to establish himself in a style called Pandza, which is similar to the Mozambican style. He succeeded admirably, to the extent that every Mozambican artist wanted to collaborate with him.

“I went on to work with Mozambican Mr Bow and Mabermuda,” he said. “Here at home, I had worked with King Monada, Dr Malinga, Penny Penny, and Joe Shirimani, to mention but a few.”

He later dabbled in Xitsonga traditional music and worked with experienced vocalist Nurse Matlala in 2014. Their single earned them an award as the best duo. Not only is he a musician, but he also holds a qualification in film and media studies. “I also carry with me the international modeling experience that I gained in Britain in 2005,” he stated.

His love of art and his dedication also stimulated his demand in local print advertisements and he became the face of Pep and Vodacom.

He is available on Facebook.


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