Young T is set to release his final music offering today as he announces his retirement from making music.
The UGU boss is announcing his retirement with his 8th and final album in a span of five years. The album will be a follow up to his 2015 debut album Philosophical Pages, and the second volume is aptly sub-titled The Early Retirement.
The Ehaka singer is now looking to grow his UGU audio roster, which already includes some of the most talented up and comers in the industry, like Kwaito sensation Makilla and ZYX.
The singer had a full career though over the five years. He has had a meteoric rise, with his 2015 single Ehaka taking over airplay and earning him a contract with perhaps the biggest music label in the country, Mshasho. He has since released 7 albums under the label and won a NAMAs award for Best Kwaito in 2017 before he had a fall-out with Mshasho boss King Tee Dee this year, after the release of his 7th album I Am Musa Mansa.
His career might be short lived but he is surely going out a legend.
All the best for his future.