Dreamteam now a two-man out­fit

Sunday Tribune - - FRONT PAGE - SIPHELELE BUTHELEZI

DUR­BAN hip-hop group Dreamteam is back as a twoman out­fit.

This is after the third mem­ber, Mthokozisi “Dash” Mkhathini, left the group to fo­cus on his TV ca­reer.

Dreamteam is now made up of Lusaso “Saso” Ng­cobo and Trevor “Trey” Sineke, who this week re­leased their sec­ond sin­gle in the space of two weeks.

The new song, ti­tled Sum­mer in Dubane, was re­leased on Fri­day and fea­tures award-win­ning Don­ald.

Trey said Dash’s de­par­ture would not dis­rupt the group. “We have been in the stu­dio mak­ing mu­sic. We al­ways take our time to give our fans the best. Two sin­gles have been re­leased and are play­ing on ra­dio sta­tions.

“Dash is not with us but we are still good. He chose to em­bark on his own path, which is good be­cause we all want to see each other mak­ing a suc­cess out­side of the group.”

Last week they re­leased a song, Sosha remix which fea­tured Em­tee, and Trey said the re­sponse has been over­whelm­ing.

Dash said he had left the group be­cause of com­mit­ments which he would re­veal soon. “I have some stuff I’m work­ing on. I didn’t want to do it and com­pro­mise my­self. At the mo­ment my show, Ul­ti­mate House Party, is do­ing well on Mzansi Magic.”

Mthokozisi ‘Dash’ Mkhathini has left the Dur­ban hip-hop group Dreamteam, which is now made up of Lusaso ‘Saso’ Ng­cobo and Trevor ‘Trey’ Sineke.

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