Jobe London Pens Heartfelt Song To The Late Mpura And Killer Kau
Jobe London Pens Heartfelt Song To The Late Mpura And Killer Kau. Jobe London is a fast-rising Amapiano singer and dancer. The South African artiste rose to stardom in 2019. His popularity is somewhat attributed to social media. He is widely recognized for songs such as Sukendleleni, Ingane, and Udlala Ngam.
Leading amapiano artist Jobe London has made a tribute song, titled Emoyeni, for the late stars Killer Kau and Mpura. Jobe made it known that the tribute song was a song about the bond they had in the studio and what they shared. He told Daily Sun that he will represent his friends even if they are no longer alive. “I lost my team and it hurts. They were everything to me and my career as we shared a lot together. It is so painful to realise that he won’t be here to see some of our work being celebrated, but we will connect in spirit,” he said.
Last year, Jobe London released the single Injalo Lento, featuring Killer Kau and Zuma, produced by Busta 99. But he said being diagnosed with TB slowed him down.The Sukendleleni hitmaker had to take a break, but he was now much better. “I have been eating good food and have managed to get back to who I was before. I will be seeing my fans at big events soon, and I will also be releasing an album,” Jobe London added.
After the success of Sukendleleni he continued to appear on hit songs such as DBN Gogo’s ‘Mayonice and later went on to release his debut EP Sounds from the South with Amapiano producer Mphow69. Jobe London has performed on the biggest stages and broadcast awards such as Massive Music and DSTV Choice Awards. In 2020 he signed to Soweto Music and Entertainment Academy’s roster joining the likes of Killer Kau and G-Snap.