Masego recently released his debut full-length album, Lady Lady, and it doesn’t take long to realise that it is a meditation on strong women who have taught him hard lessons in life and on those who haven’t entered his life yet. Fans have called his work sophisticated with a hint of smooth jazz and 1980’s quiet-storm R&B. The artist himself calls it “trap house jazz”. At the age of 25, Masego is an old soul that can evoke sweet tenderness through his music and caters for crowds that enjoy both in black music’s past and present in equal measure. The artist showcases his ambition in many ways that include singing, producing, and arranging and have taught himself how to play the piano, saxophone, drums, bass, and guitar.