Mr JazziQ (Tumelo Manyoni), an Amapiano music producer, continues to advance his profession as a businessman.
During Youth Month, the popular producer and his family reopened Vibes on Main, a restaurant and nightclub in Alexandra, in collaboration with well-known club owners Booth and Room 130.
“I’m approaching another milestone, and it’s an exciting time for me.” “It’s more about me expanding the JazziQ brand and getting it to a more executive and exclusive level,” he told IOL Entertainment.
The “Halala” hitmaker stated that he has always advocated for the youth to push and be at the forefront of whatever they are doing.
“Youth is very important because I honestly feel that without youth, there is no future. As JazziQ, I always advocate for the young ones to push and be at the forefront because in other situations they don’t get the opportunity.
“So drive yourself, push yourself, get to wherever you want to be,” he advised.
The music producer has a podcast on YouTube as well as another channel called Black Music, which is an extension of his podcast and provides a place for emerging artists to present their songs. He is constantly providing a platform for emerging talents.
The creative is traveling to the United States, which has been seized by the amapiano wave, for a few performances.