Is L'vovo A Taxi Boss?
Taxi Magazine|Spring 2017

Thokozani Ndlovu, better known to fans as L’vovo Derrango, is popular for dishing out great lyrics in his kwaito songs. Apart from making hits and scooping awards, L’vovo is rumoured to be one of the esteemed taxi owners in Durban. When Move! called the Bayangi’sukela hitmaker about his alleged dealings in the taxi industry, he denies the claims.

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SECRET IS OUT

Have you ever wondered where the Newcastle-born artist gets inspiration for his lyrics, which mostly talk about beautiful women and money? Well, his secret is out. L’vovo apparently spends most of his time hanging out with taxi owners at a taxi rank, near a train station, in Durban. In 2013, one of the weekly newspapers interviewed him for the Metro Awards ceremony in Durban and it was reported that L’vovo preferred to meet at a taxi rank where he usually hangs out with his friends. However, he tells Move! that, “I’m not in the taxi business. I just love hanging out at the taxi rank because most of my friends are taxi owners. When the time is right, maybe I’ll consider getting into the business. For now, I’m still nurturing my music career.”

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