Meet our Artists

Mandingo Bay Warriors

Mandingo Bay Warriors are a versatile afro hip music group based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, comprised of Malombo Lekgwarakgwara, Paupale, Dikembe Mutombo and their mascot the pum pum warrior. The group specialise in afro-hip music inspired by the likes of Brenda Fassie, Issac Hayes,Fela Kuti, Chamillionire,
While they find influences from lots of different sounds and places, they blend the genres with an unmatched craftsmanship to create a unique sound that isunmistakably Mandingo Bay Warriors.
Seasoned performers, the Warriors are masters at wowing the crowds with their energetic, powerful live shows, and the trio have been filling dance floors with contemporary Afro-Fusion sounds for many years.
Hailing from Mafeteng Lesotho, Bulawayo Zimbabwe and Kampala Uganda, the trio pride themselves on powerful, energy filled performances with a contemporary Afro-Fusion sound; mashing genres such as afro-hop, ragga rhythms and hip-hop to create a rather unique sound.
Mandingo Bay Warriors are seasoned live performers, having had slots at Harambe Festival, Sunderland Airshow, Leeds Carnival and Mela Festival to name but a few. Last year the duo has supported Misty In Roots, Resonators, Macka B, The Hempolics and DJ Kampire. With 2020 gigs cancelled, they have been working on a EP titled “Tanaka the Album” and they show no signs of slowing their rate of pace.



Sheena is a determined uprising artist, a born Guyanese,  pursuing on some new songs which she has written with the support of well-known musicians in London and also in Newcastle.Sheen is currently backing vocalist for a well-known London band Ese & the vooduu people and a supporting backing vocalist for a 20 year going English electronic band Alabama 3. With Ese & the vooduu people, Sheena has been featured in their newly released singles (Silver Spoon & Keep on).


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Born and raised in the mountainous kingdom of Lesotho Daniel Lelise Mposho, popularly know as Boshoa Botsoere is a versatile Famo, urban Sesotho hip-hop artist. Founder of  “Liphaqola movement.” He shot his first music video in  2014 titled Bophelo Ba Bosiu. Boshoa Botsoere has worked tirelessly ever since and dropped experimental EP in 2014 and 2016 along with singles like “chop my money,” “malekoporo” and ” Bophelo Bo Joalo”.  Boshoa Botsoere also dropped another music video titled “Khutso Ka Khotla” and later that year released his third Experimental project in ” Maroeloe.” Currently Boshoa Botsoere is working on an EP “Seshoai” planned to drop later this year.

Stoney Face

Stoney Face (Lefu Kotlolo) is a Sesotho Hip hop artist born in Lesotho, in a small town called Maputsoe at Leribe District. He recorded his first EP project in 2009 (Ha keare ntja li fasoe) which had the hit song like, ‘’Mnigas’’, ‘’Better life ft Sledge’’ and tittle track “Ha keare ntja li face’’. In 2012 he released his second project named ‘’Ghetto life’’ and 2019 released a single ‘’Ho Mnate Bsiu ft Mbhehlembhehle. He shot his first music video in 2012 of ‘’Mnigaz’’ his first single. In his journey he worked with various known artists is Lesotho and South Africa. He is an artist in all sort of forms, musician, Graphic Designer, Painter and Photographer.


Proudly Sesotho singer, rapper, songwriter, producer extraordinaire and one of the most talented artists to come out of Lesotho. “Mbhehlembhehle” is a fresh take on music with catchy hooks and skillful lyricism. He debuted his signing by releasing a new wave kwaito single “Home Boy“. The single successfully gathered a happy narrative into a smooth uptempo 4 minute composition accompanied by soft instruments produced by himself and renowned producer KT Mosebi. Mbhehlembhehle’s music encompasses songs that were birthed from his own personal experiences, and fans should expect a fusion of unconventional musical elements and a unique sound.


Is a Ugandan born  MC, producer and musician prides himself on powerful, energy filled performances with a contemporary Afro-Fusion sound; mashing genres such as afro-hop, ragga rhythms and hip-hop to create a rather unique sound.


A multi-skilled music producer hailing from Mafeteng Lesotho. KT Mosebi started as a night club DJ and supported artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Coolio, Ne-Yo, Ms Dynamite, Yellowman  and  having had slots at Evolution Festival, Sunderland Airshow and Mela Festival to name but a few.   After the success of Hush Entertainments debut single “Money” featuring Terra T in 2016, getting play on Radio 1Xtra. KT Mosebi decided to take music production as a career than a hobby and since then he has produced for various artist across the globe.