Athi Capone on track with love songs

Love and music are dubbed universal languages and one of the Bay’s most promising singers to look out for is Athi Capone, 36, whose love songs often leave audiences asking for more.
Capone, real name Athenkosi Attwell Dlepu, is a versatile afro-pop, afro-soul and afro beat singer, songwriter and producer whose love for song started from a young age.
He is known for Abantu Bethu, a song about two people who are secretly in love with each other but are both in committed relationships with other people.
“My music is inspired by all forms of love and relationships, whether from my own experiences or things that happen around me,” Capone said. “I believe my music bridges generation gaps because everyone, both young and old, understands some form of love, so they relate to my music.”
Abantu Bethu was playlisted on more than 18 local and national radio stations in 2018...

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