Jozi Secrets to release EP
• By Rosalia David
UPCOMING musician Jozi Secrets will be releasing a nine-track EP titled ‘Numero Uno’ over the weekend.
In an interview with Confidente, he said although the hardcopy of the EP will be out first, the songs will only be available on all online streaming platforms on December 11.
Before dropping the EP the enthused musician launched a music video titled ‘Under the moon’ on Whatagwan TV today starring Alexandra Obey.
“Under the Moon is basically a love song that expresses the love I have for the future love of my life. We don’t stop believing and dreaming you know! I believe I will still find that one woman one day,” he said.
Asked on how he anticipates the video to do when it finally appears on TV, Jozi Secrets said he has worked with a dedicated team on the visuals and believes that it’s going to be a ‘banger’
On his music journey and how he started doing music, Jozi Secrets started his career as an event organiser before evolving into a performing artist.
“I started my music career in November 2019, and I recorded my first song titled Jozi Secrets Party and shot the music video the next month in December in Johannesburg. After that, I then decided to take music seriously,” he said.
His music journey was further steered by his friends who encouraged him to write a song about his alter ego.
“I always had a love for the entertainment industry and my decision to pursue a career in music was influenced by my involvement in the entertainment business. Before pursuing music but being an event organiser setting up platforms where entertainers can showcase their talents made me jump on stage,” he added.
The musician has also created a name for himself in the fashion industry for his unique style.
He has worked with fashion designers Immanuel Tsatago and Mbali Katanga, and model Georgina Victoria Kandjeke.
He said, “I performed twice in South Africa, and my last performance there was in September 2021 in Sandton, Johannesburg. I have done great networking with major players in the South African music industry, so I seek to produce music for the international market as well.”