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Malome Vector eyes MTV awards

Local hip hop artiste Malome Vector

Jan. 25, 2021 2 min read

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LOCAL hip-hop artiste Bokang ’Moleli, better known as Malome Vector, has been nominated for the MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA) scheduled for February 20 in Kampala, Uganda.

The brilliant musician represents Lesotho in the highly coveted continental show, against an array of Africa’s top music stars such as Tiwa Savage of Nigeria, ASAPH of Zimbabwe, Sarkodi of Ghana and DBN Gogo of South Africa in the ‘Listeners Choice’ category.

One of the special guests at the highly anticipated carnival will include renowned US rapper and music producer, DJ Khaled who will act as the master of ceremonies at the show.

The 28-year-old singer, songwriter and record producer who hails from Roma, Maseru is now based in South Africa sheltered under the Ambitious Entertainment recording company.  

Some of the tracks that made him famous include ‘Ke Kopa ho Koloteloa’ featuring Mega Hertz, Motho Wa ka, Zama Zama, Things will never be the same, and Pelo Bohloko.

He is also featured in a couple of songs by SA artistes including Miss Pru DJ in the Price to Pay hit song and, Kid Tini - Nana Thola and Dumelang featuring Blaq Diamond.

The artiste said he would be delighted to bring the award home.

“So please let’s place as many votes as we can, for free on I have loyal supporters who really want to see me shine and that is the main reason why I will never disappoint. I am so ready for 2021 and have several hits in the bag. I therefore plan to drop an album of the year and song of the year,” Malome Vector also told his fans on social media platforms.

His fans are keen to listen to an album he produced, given his luminous talents.

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The songbird has so far only released popular singles after signing a deal with a notable record company in South Africa.

“Given his musical appeal, we see him netting serious endorsement deals in the near future. Malome Vector is yet to win a prestigious award because of his unique music talent and fine voice,” says the artiste’s music devotee Selloane Moletsane of Maseru West.

Another skilled home brewed musician Mthibo, shares similar views about Malome Vector’s aptitude as an artiste.

“Not many famous artistes in Africa have gone that far. Nowadays language is no longer a barrier for one to be nominated in international awards.  Malome Vector needs to acknowledge his nomination as a stepping stone in order to excel in his career and make Lesotho more proud,” he also said.

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