Veteran deejay Sibusiso Leope as famously known as DJ Sbu, is taking the game overseas and joining forces with P Diddy’s Revolt TV.
Leope will team up with P Diddy’s television platform through his podcast, The Hustlers Corner Global.
His podcast is firmly focused on personal development, and it seeks to host ambitious businessmen from various industries to inspire a new generation.
The partnership is expected to be officially launched by the end of next month as he also expressed excitement in the news.
“I am going to be one of those people who amplify the younger voices who are not global yet. It’s going to be my responsibility to amplify the younger voices who are doing incredible things in our African continent. I don’t even look at this as my win, I look at it as a chance to amplify young talent as much as possible,” he told TshisaLIVE.
He added that as an entrepreneur and an advocate for African voices, he will take advantage of the opportunity to enter the American market.
He said he wants to grow with them because he can see their vision, saying this is the beginning of bigger and better things.
As previously reported by Entertainment SA, DJ Sbu left Mzansi at the end of last year and spent four months in the United States where he also got an opportunity to play an Amapiano mix on a popular show called Sway in The Morning.
On top of that, he managed to meet celebrated hip-hop and businessman, P Diddy’s partners who spoke about their vision to expand into Africa.
The award-winning musician looks to inspire his fans and said his followers have a lot to anticipate from him this year as he plans to release a book simultaneously with an album.
Meanwhile, ESA published that Sbu was preparing to enter the American market as he wanted to export his Mofaya energy drink.
Leope revealed the news that his product is approved to trade in the American market and this will definitely open doors for him.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviews safety, quality, and effectiveness before a product can be sold to consumers.
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