After a long day from work you may tune into the vibiest Government owned radio station between 9pm – midnight, and get your ear drums beating to a rhythm that echoes right through the music driven ‘Bed Time Stories’ radio show. What you may not be aware of is that the voice that has become your lullaby comes as an effect of how the man behind the voice feels, mainly influenced by how he looks.
Put simply, Fresh Prince, as most of the RB2 followers have come to know him through his voice Monday-Thursday, has been rocking Mafia Soul wardrobe since the year 2000.
Looking at home in a bright red/black hip-hop influenced look, and a bit of bling, from a locally youth owned and popular store, Mafia Soul, Prince confessed his love when I asked him why he is an ardent fan of this hip-hop store, which is about to open it‘s doors to Johannesburg soon. “It is more me! I can relate to the lifestyle and I am not going out of my way to look differently from the person that I am.”
Born Prince Dimpho Masololo, this radio personality has been an official Brand Ambassador of Mafia Soul, whose exclusive wardrobe sits well with him, since 2008. “When you spend your hard earned cash, you do not expect to find lots of people rocking the same outfit as you, and I am sure to get that exclusivity from Mafia Soul.”
Now tell me the youth in this country do not make a difference and I’ll sure shove Prince’s kicks right into your mouth, imagine the impact and I am sure you would not like that. Mafia Soul boys are on point!
Keep tuning into Duma FM for ‘Hot Trends with Mpho Laing,’ every Thursday 6pm-7pm and find out which interesting youth of the soil I have as a guest in the studio.
Model: Fresh Prince
Wardrobe: Mafia Soul
Location: Mafia Soul @ Riverwalk
I’ll be visiting in Gabs this coming long weekend and would like to know what the main city has in store for me. Kana ha re tswa from small towns like Jwaneng, where I know you grew up too (big up Jmecca for raising such hungry and out there people like you, Orakle, Will from Primi and young professionals such as Thapelo Letsholo and Tutu Lenong), I would like to go to a gig of the year where I can see the latest fashion and work on my outfit too.
Big up Jwaneng! I have loads of beautiful memories from that peaceful diamond mining town, with the best carats in the world. That is why its products excel too. Heish, these days I am so rusty with, I think it is an age thing. So I am only aware of one hot gig organised by Taes and Dj Oneal on Friday 16th at Fashion Lounge. The Black Tie Lifestyle, as it is called promises to be one hell of a dress up party, with a VIP treatment, goodie bags and red carpet to boot. Do make it a point to check it out, as long as you are able to part with P200 for the party of a lifetime.