House music brothers, Infinite Boys tour Govan Mbeki municipal area soon

Raphael and Antony Mabaso (Infinite Boys) will perform in eMba and Bethal.

HIGHVELD – The national house-music brothers, Infinite Boys, will tour the Govan Mbeki Municipal area from Saturday, 25 March.

The due will perform at Skhosi Lifestyle in eMbalenhle and VP Lounge in Bethal.

These musical geniuses from Daveyton took a bold, yet invigorating journey to pursue their limitless love and passion for music, and by embarking on what captured their souls, knew what they were destined to do.

They rejuvenated freshness and a new sound into the South African house-music industry.

Raphael and Antony Mabaso are known as the Infinite Boys, a name that is not only a known house-music brand, but is also a name that has grabbed the hearts and rhythms of house-music lovers locally and internationally.

They have always had a passion for music, which led them to pursue DJ’ing.

Having a hunger for more growth in their music, the duo began writing and composing songs after completing their studies in music production.

They drew their inspiration for production from life around them, from everyday sounds, music that was played at pubs and local hang-out spots and music that was generally available.

The different sounds that they picked up, as well as the various genres of music that they learned, and drawing inspiration from Dub, EDM, Lounge and African elements, have influenced their versatile composition.

The duo worked with heavyweights such as Oskido, Bucie, Zonke, Malehloka and the late Busi Mhlongo on their album, and the hit track “Zulu Tribe/Hi Nyikeni” sent the masses on a rhythmic frenzy on all dance floors and was the album’s signature track.

Infinite Boys is currently in the studio to produce “Let the Music do the Talking”.

Sifiso Mathebula

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