Lesotho-born Malome Vector speaks about incorporating different influences into his sound, his hip-hop roots and seeing hard work finally pay off.
Two of the biggest songs in South Africa at the moment "Price to Pay" and "Dumelang" have label mates Blaq Diamond and Malome Vector in common. In the former, Malome Vector is featured by yet another label mate, Miss Pru, and "Dumelang" is his first official single since signing with Ambitiouz Entertainment back in November. "uHulumeni," another song by Miss Pru in which he's featured, is promising to join the string of success.
Malome Vector isn't new to churning out hits. In the last few years, he built his name in his home country Lesotho through local hits such as "Khosi," "Nobodym," "Ichu," and "Motho Waka."
The artist draws from Lesotho's rich music heritage and hip-hop, which he has a long history with, having started out as a battle rapper. Those influences merge in his own version of Afro-pop. Malome Vector is right at home at Ambitiouz Entertainment, a label whose artists pride themselves in incorporating their cultures in their music.
In the interview below, Malome Vector speaks about incorporating different influences in his sounds, his hip-hop roots and seeing his hard work finally paying off.