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About

Mpho Sebina is a fast-rising music sensation from Botswana. She did a remake of the late Brenda Fassie's Too Late For Mama's and was recognised at the South African Amapiano Music Awards alongside Major League DJz.

Personal Life

Mpho Sebina was born on 18 July 1989 in Mochudi, Botswana which means that her age in 2022 is 33. Mpho Sebina’s father is a lawyer for the Botswana Defence Force and her mother is an accountant. She has five siblings. Mpho Sebina grew up listening to the likes of Brenda Fassie, Boom Shaka, Stampore, UB40 and other musical influences.

Mpho Sebina’s Schooling

Mpho Sebina graduated from the Multimedia University of Malaysia with a degree in international business. 

Mpho Sebina’s Career

Before Mpho Sebina ventured into music, she was in the corporate world. She spent three years in the advertising world before she ventured into music. 

Whilst in university, explored her interest in music as she wrote, recorded and did vocal training. Mpho Sebina’s first single “Loves Light” was produced in Malaysia and influenced by the BLK JKS. The song has been viewed over 115,000 times on YouTube.

In 2017, Mpho Sebina released a six-track EP dubbed NEO with the following songs: “No Evil”, “Love Lights”, “Mokoro”, “Black Butterfly”, “Tjuele” and “Slip Away”

In the same year, she founded Naked Soul Sessions, an event that provides artists with a platform to showcase their work. Together with producer Favi Motsemme, they performed music from her EP NEO which launched a few months before. The event has only been hosted in Botswana and South Africa.

In 2017, Mpho Sebina performed at the Netball World Cup that was held in Botswana. 

In 2018, Global Citizen recognised her as “an artist to look out for”.

In 2019, Mpho Sebina was one of ten artists who travelled to Berlin, Germany on a music scholarship courtesy of the Goeth Institut of German and Pop-Kultur Festival and was bestowed the title “Goethe Talents Alumni”.

In the same year, Mpho Sebina worked with Thato Jessica on “Masa”, a song that celebrates women. 

In 2020, Mpho Sebina released her first full album dubbed Lora with 12 tracks. One of her standout songs is “Pula” which captures the highs and lows caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The songstress sings in Setswana in a variety of genres - soul, R&B, and African rhythms.

During her career, Mpho Sebina has shared the stage with artists like Musical Soul Child, Nnunu Ramagotsi, Shanti Lo, Lady Smith, Black Mambazo and many more.

One of her most outstanding collaborations Dinaledi a track she worked on with Major League DJz. They were recognised at the South African Amapiano Music Awards as they won the Best Amapiano Music Video and were nominated in the Best Amapiano Produced Song as well as the Amapiano Song of the Year.

In 2020, Mpho Sebina was part of the Okavango Delta Music Festival that raised up to BMP77000, the equivalent of $6000 to help the Tsutsubega community.  

Mpho Sebina’s Tribute to Brenda Fassie

Mpho Sebina impressed South Africa and Botswana with her remake of the late Brenda Fassie’s Too Late For Mama’s. Chicco Twala who wrote the original version that was released in 1989 had nothing but praise for the songstress after a few artists including Alicia Keys produced an uninspiring remake. 

Mpho Sebina’s Relationship

It’s not clear whether Mpho Sebina is married and has a husband as information about her relationship is not in the public domain.

Mpho Sebina's Controversy

No free gigs

In 2021, Mpho Sebina criticised people who want free gigs from artists. She firmly stated that she will not accept such deals as she wants to be paid for her work. 

Awards & Recognition

In 2018, Global Citizen recognised her as “an artist to look out for”

Social Media

Mpho Sebina’s Instagram: @MphoSebina 

Mpho Sebina’s Twitter: @Mpho_Sebina

Mpho Sebina’s Facebook: Mpho Sebina 

Mpho Sebina’s YouTube: Mpho Sebina Music 

Mpho Sebina’s Website: Mpho Sebina

Real name:
Mpho Sebina
Occupation:
Singer, Songwriter
Birthday:
18 July 1989
Nationality:
Motswana
Star sign:
Cancer
Birth place:
Mochudi, Botswana
Height:
N/A
Children:
N/A
Net Worth:
N/A

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Image of Mpho Sebina's Biography: Personal life, Schooling, Career, Social Media
Real name:
Mpho Sebina
Occupation:
Singer, Songwriter
Birthday:
18 July 1989
Nationality:
Motswana
Star sign:
Cancer
Birth place:
Mochudi, Botswana
Height:
N/A
Children:
N/A
Net Worth:
N/A

About

Mpho Sebina is a fast-rising music sensation from Botswana. She did a remake of the late Brenda Fassie's Too Late For Mama's and was recognised at the South African Amapiano Music Awards alongside Major League DJz.

Personal Life

Mpho Sebina was born on 18 July 1989 in Mochudi, Botswana which means that her age in 2022 is 33. Mpho Sebina’s father is a lawyer for the Botswana Defence Force and her mother is an accountant. She has five siblings. Mpho Sebina grew up listening to the likes of Brenda Fassie, Boom Shaka, Stampore, UB40 and other musical influences.

Mpho Sebina’s Schooling

Mpho Sebina graduated from the Multimedia University of Malaysia with a degree in international business. 

Mpho Sebina’s Career

Before Mpho Sebina ventured into music, she was in the corporate world. She spent three years in the advertising world before she ventured into music. 

Whilst in university, explored her interest in music as she wrote, recorded and did vocal training. Mpho Sebina’s first single “Loves Light” was produced in Malaysia and influenced by the BLK JKS. The song has been viewed over 115,000 times on YouTube.

In 2017, Mpho Sebina released a six-track EP dubbed NEO with the following songs: “No Evil”, “Love Lights”, “Mokoro”, “Black Butterfly”, “Tjuele” and “Slip Away”

In the same year, she founded Naked Soul Sessions, an event that provides artists with a platform to showcase their work. Together with producer Favi Motsemme, they performed music from her EP NEO which launched a few months before. The event has only been hosted in Botswana and South Africa.

In 2017, Mpho Sebina performed at the Netball World Cup that was held in Botswana. 

In 2018, Global Citizen recognised her as “an artist to look out for”.

In 2019, Mpho Sebina was one of ten artists who travelled to Berlin, Germany on a music scholarship courtesy of the Goeth Institut of German and Pop-Kultur Festival and was bestowed the title “Goethe Talents Alumni”.

In the same year, Mpho Sebina worked with Thato Jessica on “Masa”, a song that celebrates women. 

In 2020, Mpho Sebina released her first full album dubbed Lora with 12 tracks. One of her standout songs is “Pula” which captures the highs and lows caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The songstress sings in Setswana in a variety of genres - soul, R&B, and African rhythms.

During her career, Mpho Sebina has shared the stage with artists like Musical Soul Child, Nnunu Ramagotsi, Shanti Lo, Lady Smith, Black Mambazo and many more.

One of her most outstanding collaborations Dinaledi a track she worked on with Major League DJz. They were recognised at the South African Amapiano Music Awards as they won the Best Amapiano Music Video and were nominated in the Best Amapiano Produced Song as well as the Amapiano Song of the Year.

In 2020, Mpho Sebina was part of the Okavango Delta Music Festival that raised up to BMP77000, the equivalent of $6000 to help the Tsutsubega community.  

Mpho Sebina’s Tribute to Brenda Fassie

Mpho Sebina impressed South Africa and Botswana with her remake of the late Brenda Fassie’s Too Late For Mama’s. Chicco Twala who wrote the original version that was released in 1989 had nothing but praise for the songstress after a few artists including Alicia Keys produced an uninspiring remake. 

Mpho Sebina’s Relationship

It’s not clear whether Mpho Sebina is married and has a husband as information about her relationship is not in the public domain.

Mpho Sebina's Controversy

No free gigs

In 2021, Mpho Sebina criticised people who want free gigs from artists. She firmly stated that she will not accept such deals as she wants to be paid for her work. 

Awards & Recognition

In 2018, Global Citizen recognised her as “an artist to look out for”

Social Media

Mpho Sebina’s Instagram: @MphoSebina 

Mpho Sebina’s Twitter: @Mpho_Sebina

Mpho Sebina’s Facebook: Mpho Sebina 

Mpho Sebina’s YouTube: Mpho Sebina Music 

Mpho Sebina’s Website: Mpho Sebina