LIV­ING MY DREAM

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I’m in a good space to pur­sue mu­sic too. I’ve been dab­bling with it for a while but I’m ready to have my mu­sic out there. I’m build­ing my em­pire and have started my own mu­sic and me­dia com­pany called One Auto Me­dia. The stu­dios are in my par­ents’ house. I hope to be one of the renowned fe­male pro­duc­ers in the coun­try, like Zonke. We have very few of those.

But one bat­tle of be­ing a busi­ness­woman is the ad­min, which I hate be­cause I can’t do it, it’s such a prob­lem for me. I just want to be on the cre­ative side, and that’s the thing with a lot of peo­ple with ADHD, we don’t like pa­per­work. You just want to go and do things with your hands, things that are stim­u­lat­ing. So I’m fol­low­ing my dream and hope to drop one good song be­fore I go be­hind the scenes so South Africa can see what I have to of­fer. It’s so hard to box my­self in terms of the mu­sic I want to make as I have so many songs on my li­brary, and I’m ex­per­i­ment­ing with sounds so it’ll be bet­ter to cre­ate for other artists.

I love what I do. I feel if you do some­thing you love it’s when you find your ul­ti­mate pur­pose. If it’s given to you and no­body else, and you don’t do it, I feel you’re do­ing the world – and your­self – a big dis­ser­vice.”

ITUMELENG WAS DI­AG­NOSED WITH ADHD WHEN SHE WAS 16.

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