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The renowned rapper Malome Vector is getting ready to release his much anticipated EP, “1964.” After putting in a lot of work in the studio, his song will soon be released.

The Lerato phenomenon decided to inform his fans about the idea behind this upcoming endeavor prior to the EP’s release. According to Malome Vector, the year 1964 is significant since it symbolizes Lesotho’s independence and also acts as a metaphor for his artistic liberation.

Malome Vector said of the EP, “I’m happy to share with you the motivation for my upcoming EP, ‘1964″.” This project is especially important to me since it represents a turning point in my development as an artist. This EP stands for my artistic liberty, just as 1964 does for Lesotho’s year of independence.

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Malome Vector Unveils Inspirations Behind Highly Anticipated Ep &Quot;1964&Quot; 2

The rapper also underlined that “1964” is a representation of his personal development and creative independence rather than just a compilation of tracks. He said, “It’s a credit to my development, inventiveness, and dedication to making music that truly speaks to me and my listeners. I’m so excited to have you along for this exciting new journey of discovery and expression. I appreciate your steadfast help.

Malome Vector has faced several obstacles in his artistic career, such as a tumultuous split from the famed record label Ambitiouz Entertainment. Nevertheless, he didn’t let failure stop him from taking the audacious move of creating his own label, “The WholeTime Entertainment.”

Fans are looking forward to a musical story that not only references significant historical moments but also highlights Malome Vector’s artistic development and tenacity as “1964” approaches release. The EP seems to be a riveting monument to the rapper’s everlasting dedication to his craft, with each track primed to resonate with authenticity and relatability.

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