|Jasmine Mazwi, Jo Bakka & Khusi Veto|
He lives in a place called Delft in Cape Town, and is still giving back to his community.
Starting off the interview with a track called Streetwise - Jo Baka feat Manifest, he explains how his been doing music for 2 years now and the inspiration for reggae came from his dancing days because music was always there. The stories his telling through his music is all the social ills, experiences and thought. he believes that Reggae music is one of the genres that does not get that much exposure as other genres.
Together with Mzansi Reggae Artist Association are trying to bring reggae to the masses, to put it out as mainstream music. He believes reggae should be more highlighted and uplifted especially in Cape Town South Africa, because of our history.
Lyndon Cloete known in the dancing scene as @bboylyndon has been break dancing for nearly 28 years. He started break dancing since the age of 12 back in he early 90's. He toured most of the world, representing South Africa and big and minor competitions home and abroad. The dance journey has been a nice experience but his still going forward not competing as much but still pursuing his role.
As Jo Baka's background is music, Hip Hop is peace, love, unity and having fun and with these foundations it shaped and molded him to be the person he is today. Hip Hop being a positive force, i changed alot of people's lives. Hip Hop opened opportunities for him around the world and with travelling comes a various amount of different experiences. He has met different people, experienced their lifestyles and culture and he believes it shaped him.
He traveled to mostly Europe and Germany, and met up with some B boys and brought all the experience back to South Africa.
He explains about the hardships he went through while growing up, and how things have changed since then. He believes back then parents allowed children the freedom to be kids. And through these times he found Hip Hop and Black Consciousness.
YOUTUBE- bboy rasta
FACEBOOK- Jo Baka