POLOKWANE – The song is about an African woman who appears to be a career woman, yet she also lives a village lifestyle.
The young singer-songwriter, recording artist and performer from Mookgophong, started performing music in 2008 and he has grown tremendously as he can be spotted at many events around Limpopo. Famous for his acoustic guitar, Baldwin continues to wow fans as he grows as a household name.
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Baldwin said it’s a privilege to be recognised in Limpopo’s very own awards. “I’m hoping to set an example to my peers and show them it’s possible. I’m doing a tour in and outside our province and so far I have visited Polokwane, Ga-Molepo, Tzaneen, Modimolle and Rapotokwane to mention a few. It’s always my craft that captures people’s hearts. I believe my song, Ke Mmone, is a God-given song as people hear it once and they are mesmerised,” he said.
He is currently busy with a follow-up single called Gauteng which he plans to release soon. It talks about fathers who left their families to work in Gauteng and never returned home with their families back home living in poverty.
He has been busy canvassing as many votes as possible and has had several voting sessions. Find him on social media, Facebook: Baldwin Kay and Twitter: @Baldwin Kay or send an e-mail to [email protected] for more information. Fans can help Baldwin take home the award by SMSing ’51’ to 47052 as many times as they like.