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This is really one of the greatest anglophone artistic pearls, his eclectic talent as singer, musician, writer, producer, activist, a positive role model for our present-day short-cutters! he's simply great & to make it in that musically talented south africa, means he has proven it to the limits. on his musical line, as far as anglophones who hardly featured in our "pop music" maps are concerned, we can now add Sidney, Richard Kings, that Spanish Girls' group member (forgot her name)amongst others. I SAY KUDOS, WAX!


Forgot to mention, he must also have been a kind of genius as this article mentions: best Arts A/L nationwide & getting to university of Buea at mere 16 years of age! that's just stunning!

Ras Tuge

Sweet tune buddy! This is the way forward! Anglophones ought to focuss more on artistry than on the futile secessionist politics. Wax, MORE FIRE, man!


I am proud of you.You are boasting our nation and our minority population at the same time.Keep on for you are blessed.


25 May : Local producer and soul singer heads for the States

Cameroon-born artist, Wax, is making his African Dream a reality. The young producer and singer has been offered an opportunity to perform for US charity GEMS, a campaign against youth commercial sexual exploitation, in New York on June 4 among other shows. Recognized as a defender of human rights fighting causes for anti-human trafficking and xenophobia, Wax has a long history of working for charity.

The young star is also the face of a new international tourism campaign launched by the City of Joburg to showcase the opportunities that lie in Johannesburg.

The US tour will introduce Wax’s new album, African Dream, set to drop in SA this July. The first single off the record, ‘Miss real, Mr Regular’ has received much airplay and is definitely one of the songs to watch out for in 2009.

Azomehwei Mimi Chinanga

Keep it up bro, we are behind you. God will guide you through. All the people of Akum " small London" are proud of you. Boy I give you my full support.

be blessed
Ms. Azomehwei Mimi

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