- The due have experienced meteoric fame having only released their album this month
- The two performers share a dublex in a small suburb of Durban
- They reveal how fame has changed their lives but they still feel the same
Thobani “Que” Mgobhozi and Zipho “Goldmax” Mthembu are the Distruction Boyz, a new group which has wowed its fans with their debut album, Gqom Is The Future.
Briefly.co.za has discovered that the album has sold more than 20,000 units since its release this month and has taken over the airwaves.
The pair lives together in a small rented duplex in Manor Gardens in Durban, which acts as a divider between the poor shack dwellers and more opulent Glenwood suburb.
Mgobhozi reveals that he loves performing and that watching thousands of people reciting his song is intoxicating. He sees it as validation for his hard work and creativity.
The due make a genre of music which can only be described as psychedelic township house.
Mgobhozi has noticed how popularity has changed his perception of how people see him. He says that even though he had become famous he still has to struggle with the same challenges as other people his age.
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