Exit na Mushe back together for one last hit
The former male duo of Exit na Mushe are currently working on an album that is scheduled to be released in December, although this is a not a reunion of the group permanently.
Exit (David Shikalepo) confirmed to The Villager that he will be joining his former music partner in the studio for an album.
“We are busy working on an album together but it will not be out anytime soon since we are both working on individual albums which are to be released soon” said Exit.
He could not spill the beans on the album’s title or the number of tracks but he assured The Villager that the album will be out by the end of the year.
Exit explained that they are working on this album to promote unity and build the music industry. He also said that they need to finish what they started a while back and that this album is proof that he and Mushe are united.
When quizzed on whether there is still bad blood between the two, Exit said that family is important and Mushe is his brother and he stressed that the on-going project is to promote unity and cooperation among the music industry and also to show their fans that there is nothing bad between them.
Despite the fact that the two artists have branched out as solo artists, they have shared the same recording booth and have featured each other on various songs such as “Number one” in Mushe’s album and more recently on a song in exit album titled “Monopol”.
Exit and Mushe met in 2007 and were known for their hit song “Okastyla” as well as “Epangelo” which won them an award as the upcoming artists at the SANLAM Music Award in 2008.
They were together for about four years and released three albums together before they decided to go solo.
Meanwhile, when asked about the producer of the anticipated album, Mushe said that he does not want to reveal more information about the project but did reveal that the album was supposed to be released last year but because they have other responsibilities, they could not finish the project but it will be out this year.
“Yes, it is true. We are working on an album but that’s the only information I can give you at this moment. We decided to work on this album as the former Exit and Mushe that people once knew” says Mushe.
Sharing the same sentiment as Exit, Mushe refused to reveal the name of the album and how many tracks on the album.
by Maxmus Halwoodi: The Villager