In the profile interview, award-winning musician Babsy Mlangeni chats about his musical journey, an speaks out about breaking stereotypes in the music industry.
Mlangeni says that the song Sala Emma made him who he is which makes him feel good.
This was one of the first songs that I wrote and it’s actually put me right on my music career.— Babsy Mlangeni, award-winning artist
Mlangeni says that people think that if you are blind, there is noting that you can achieve. He adds that they had the wrong perception about disabled people and think that there was nothing that a disabled person can do.
It was not easy because I went from one door to another until I caught my big break with a producer says Mlangeni. He adds that it was difficult in the old era because they weren’t allowed to sing English songs, mix different languages in one song or perform with white artists on stage.
We have paved the way for these youngsters and now it’s smooth sailing for them.
Some of these youngsters don’t even know that Babsy Mlangeni is blind.— Babsy Mlangeni, award-winning artist
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This article first appeared on 702 : Babsy Mlangeni speaks out about the treatment of disabled people in the industry