Lethabo Sebetso born 26 May 1996 in Zone 6, Ga-Rankuwa, Pretoria, his father Kgomotso Sebetso was the former political journalist working at SABC. Lethabo graduated at the University of Pretoria in political science degree. In 2016, he won Artist on Rise competition. His single “Fak’mali” debuted number 1 on YFM Hip Hop music charts. In early 2020, he established his own record label 18 Area Holdings in partnership with The Vth Seasons. On 10 April 2020, his Extended Play Quarantined was released. In April 2020, his single “Ke Star” featuring Virgo Deep was released. “Ke Star” was certified gold with sales of 25 000 copies.
In November 2020, he joined RADAR African programme by Spotify. Focalistic revealed track listing and announced release date in 25 November. Sghubu Ses Excellent was released on 4 December 2020.
One thing about people on social media when it comes to celebrities they will always find away to drag them. People like Focalistic worked hard to be were they are, and they feel that they have to spoil themselves every now and then. That is why you will find them wearing expensive clothes but that doesn’t sit well with a lot of people especially on social media.
Musa Khawula took to his social media account and shared a picture of Focalistic wearing labelled clothes that got people talking after they realised how much those clothes worth below is what Musa Khawula shared:
People were not pleased at all as they feel that people like Focalistic waste money, instead of helping people who are in need, they are busy buying expensive clothes just to impress their fans, that time some of those fans go to bed in an empty stomach because they can’t afford to buy those food.
People continue to say that the reason why some of South African artists die with nothing is because they don’t save money but they spent money on material things. Instead of buying things that will last them, things that have value like a house it’s a good investment because you know even if you die today your family will be left with something worth keeping. UnLike clothes you will wear them today and in the next 6 months you won’t need them that time you paid a lot of money.
We can’t blame people for saying this kind of things, right now a lot of things are happening and people are hungry and angry that is why they say all this things, and them saying this things they are worried about them, as they are asking themselves what legacy are people like Focalistic leave for their coming generation. What are they teaching upcoming artists about spending money, because they have to set a good example.