Tumelo Moloto is a name you are going to hear more about in South Africa's music industry.
Last year, the Benoni born Moloto was not considering a career in music.
Despite having started to sing from a young age, Moloto was set to follow a a career as an accountant.
It wasn't anything I was looking to get into. I thought let's give it a try and see where I end up— Tumelo Moloto, singer
But after winning the Castle Milk Stout Unplugged competition last year, Moloto's life and career took a sudden turn when he was signed up by Universal Records.
He has since released his first single Ngiyam'khumbula, which was produced by South African music legend Robbie Malinga.
Moloto spoke to #NightTalk's Gugs Mhlungu and Wasanga Mehana.
Listen to the full conversation below:
This article first appeared on 702 : Tumelo Moloto set to spread the Afro R&B sound