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Blaq Supreme

Blaq Supreme
Thandile Jim

His is a singer, songwriter, performing and recording artist, Born in February 1986, Cape Town, Khayelitsha. He is an Urban Pop Reggae Artist & Afro Soul Singer, a proud Rastafarian and a member of Cape Town’s best upcoming urban pop band Ex-Hoza He studied song writing and performing arts at Don Bosco Private School of Arts in Green Point, Cape Town. He joined the Don Bosco Band in 2000 and became a lead singer of the band and performed with “Don Bosco Band” at the 2001 Cultural Exchange alongside students from Japan, France, England, Kenya, Germany & Ireland. His first solo performance was at the Hip Hop Indaba Festival alongside Cape Town’s heavy weight Dj Ready D and the female hip hop band Goddessa. After finishing His Studies He started investing more of His time and energy into music and performing arts. He is also a former member of Dungeon Entertainment and has helped in organizing talent shows and community festivals around Khayelitsha and its surroundings. He has been promoting His music independently and has performed at Television Shows, Radio Shows, Talent Shows, Night Clubs and Institutions around South Africa.

He has been staging and showcasing His talent alongside international reggae artists such as Peter Spence and Prince Malachi from England, Turbulence from Jamaica, Empress Clara from Sweden and Empress Meru Matu from USA. Blaq Supreme has performed at South Africa’s most biggest and successful events such as Cape Town Jazz Festival, Macufe Festival, Cape Carnival & Sunny Ocean Reggae Fest. In 2007 He signed to Coded Records and independently released His debut RnB Reggae Soul Album titled Zithande, the Album was produced by Mpendulo Nolali, Gideon Mangaliso, Mandla Ncaphayi, Thando Matina of Coded Record. In 2005 Blaq Supreme won the Nyanga Junction Golden Voice Competition and a year later He was honoured as the voice of Stop the Killing Campaign whereby He promoted Peace amongst African Citizens living in South Africa. He made His name popular on the streets by collaborating with many upcoming song writers and performing artists such Jahnett Tafari Mizo Phyll, Tj Ludeke (United Kingdom), Blak Kalamawi, eX-Hoza Music Group, Julan (England) He also recorded His first internationally released song titled How Much I Care with Azania Band, Rickedy Bushula & Ras Vuyo.

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