After two years of international schooling, in a variety of countries. Darque returns to the industry with a fine sound, and is ready for the world. Darque is known for his Afrocentric & quality sound, having worked with the likes of Shimza, he is ready to perfect his own craft.
His latest single Shakara is slowly becoming favored song on the national radio, with the likes of Thomas aka Bad Boy T, comparing his sound to the likes of Black Coffee. This comes as no surprise, as Darque was mentored by the international Nathi Maphumulo and made a song together called Ready For The World which featured talented artist Kaylow. Darque is not new to the industry, “I’ve worked on so many hits in my 7 years in music, I’ve tried my best to be humble about it but time waits for no man. I think I finally ready to face the music head on” . Like most artists, Darque’s has several music and mixes available online, including his sophomore album This Is Africa. Marketing your brand and music is very important, thus he will now take his music to the masses across the world.
Born Molapo Malatji “My history in music is very rich and I am grateful that my father had such a wide range in taste of musical culture. Being a young person, I feel it is important to feed this generation with both sounds without creating conflict or confusion.” This musical genius has an art in finding rooted artist and sounds then turning them into relatable tunes.
We look forward to seeing Darque’s latests video Shakara, which will be launching soon. The song features Nigerian born talent Rhey Osborne on vocals. Shakara! Commonly used amongst Nigerian youth, The word Shakara derives from a popular Fela Kuti song titled “Shakara Olu Oje” which means “To Show Off”.