Local hip hop boyband, Dreamteam, is making a big comeback.
And despite losing a member, turning the trio into a duo, the remaining rappers insist the show must go on.
Lusaso Ngcobo and Trevor Sineke, better known as Saso and Trey respectively, have opted to forge ahead with the Dreamteam brand despite the exit of Mthoko Mkhathini, also known as Dash.
According to the remaining member, there’s no animosity between the three of them.
They even said they supported Dash, now known as Zulu Mkhathini, who allegedly left the group to focus on his TV career.
Said Trey: “We sat down at the beginning of the year, and he told us that he wanted to get into that sort of thing.
“We said if that’s what you want to focus on, we’ll always support you. We’re allowing him to do what he wants to do with his progress.
“We’ve all grown individually and have to allow each other to grow in ways that appeal to us.
“The outcome must be that we remain friends and be a team at the end of it all.”
Saso reiterated Trey’s point, saying everyone was supportive of each other’s efforts despite the split.
Insisted Saso: “We’re very cool. We’re brothers before anything, even before the music and whatever is happening right now with our careers.
“We can’t let whatever is happening within our careers mess with our friendship.
“So, we’re still the same people, Dash is no longer a part of the Dreamteam, he is pursuing his own brand, which is cool for all of us.”
The Dreamteam duo said they were planning on releasing new music throughout 2018, with their album to be dropped sometime at the end of or early next year.
They recently released Sosha Remix, featuring Emtee and Reason and dropped Summer in Dubane, on Friday.
Fans can also look forward to more Dreamteam music this year featuring the likes of Mzambiya, Gemini Major and NaakMusiq.