Among the initial to blend Globe, Breeze & Fire-like funk and R&B with the original dance rhythms of Zimbabwe, Louis Mhlanga is still among Africa’s most in-demand program music artists. His melodic electric guitar plucking continues to be highlighted on albums by such African music artists as Ruler Sunny Ade, Hugh Masakela, Ray Phiri, Busi Mhlongo, Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse, Caiphus Semenya, Letta Mbuli, Vusi Mahlasala, as well as the Soweto String Quartet. Throughout a short period within the middle-’80s when he briefly resided in London, Mhlanga caused Paul Weller and Afro-Caribbean performers including Dennis Dark brown and Julian Bahula. Latest collaborators consist of jazz-pop vocalist Al Jarreau and metal pan participant Andy Narrell. Recognizing an invitation to just work at Ruler Sunny Ade’s documenting studio room in Lagos, Mhlanga discovered the build of record making. At albums that he’s overseen are many by Thomas Mapfumo. Furthermore to performing along with his music group, Musik Ye Africa, offering drummer Jethro Shasha and bassist Jimi Indi, Mhlanga provides increasingly caused Vusi Mahlasala, a Dylanesque vocalist/songwriter that he fulfilled while focusing on a present, The Devil as well as the Saint, with poet Lesego Rampolokeng. Their initial album jointly, Crush the Corn, released in 1997, was accompanied by Live on the Bassline, documented throughout a concert in Johannesburg in 1999. Mhlanga provides based his functions in South Africa because the past due 1980s. He acts as administrative supervisor from the Ethnomusicology Trust.