Mbongeni 'Moh' Mavuso from Durban rose to fame when he and his band member Khanyisa from iZiqhaza came second runner up on the X-Factor South Africa. Shortly after the competition, one of the living legend Oskido took interest in the group and availed himself by mentoring them as their road to fame was knocking on their doors.
Fast forward to today, Moh has been working on getting his solo music career off the ground, Early 2020, Moh and his beloved best friend the late, 'Biggie' (Njabulo Zondi) and Shayo collaborated together on a Gqom single titled 'Lokishi Lami' which was released on the 28th of February 2020.
Sadly after the release of the song, we lost Biggie due to a pre-existing heart condition. Moh and Charlie Communications both shared the grieve as Biggie was not only an artist but also a friend. The loss of Biggie hit Moh the hardest as they were really close and went way back even before they started working together on their musical journey. Moh's grieving led to him writing a song that he would dedicate to all those who have lost their loved ones and wanted to bid them farewell. This also helped Moh in grieving his loss as he finds peace and comfort in studio. He named his single 'Hamba Kahle' and it features Durban based vocalist 'Fey' whose real name is Faith Mpethwane, not forgetting his producer, Njabulo Langa.