Within a short space of time they have also managed to sign to the company sound engineering student Molatelo Molvecia Mashego whose stage name is DJ MMS, "We are delighted that her first house song will be included in Soul Candy Sessions 4". It is a song they hope will put their young company on the map. Marobela says that their intention is not only to venture into music production but they also do event management, publicity of events, fashion designing and road show management.
Currently Muffinstax has a roster of artists they have already scheduled for release later this year. "Apart from the song we will have in Soul Candy we have a kwaito album by Stikga Makarova on the pipeline and a house compilation CD which will be produced by 23:45, which is both me and DJ Stax" he says.
Marobe is hopeful about the glowing future of entertainment capital for them and the whole province. He says him and Stax are both bringing into the company their experience of having deejayed in Johannesburg, Sabie, Graskop and some promotions of liquor products in Thulamahashe. Banele is a graphics artist and has studied music. He is also one of a few local deejays to have played at the prestigious South African Music Conference in 2005.
"Muffinstax Productions is coming up with the most innovative advertising and promotional ideas and designs in the region, with maximum creative input from our dynamic team of designers. Every MUFFINSTAX production is guaranteed to meet client objectives. With out-of-the-box thinking and hard work the company has already rendered some of its services to clients as diverse as Soul Buddys (Gauteng), HIV/AIDS, Life Skills Organization and a number of schools. We are growing to unprecedented proportions at both a provincial and national level", a media release claims.
For his part Maroble is a seasoned events manager and has studied Marketing at the University of South Africa. They say Muffinstax should become the new 999, and beyond. Watch this space.