Anga Makubalo Biography | Anga Makubalo Profile
Anga Makubalo (who is also known as NaakMusiQ) was born on 28th May 1987 in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth in South Africa. He is a South African actor, model and musician. He is popularly known for his role as MJ Memela on the SABC 1 saop opera Generations.
He ventured into Afrotainment in 2015. He’s portrayed Ntando on the show Z’bondiwe. He has more than 310,000 followers on Twitter and over 750,000 on Instagram. He was born in New Brighton, but soon after moved to Johannesburg. He was a talented athlete in high school, playing soccer, cricket, and rugby. He learned to act at Talent International.
Anga Makubalo Age | Anga Makubalo Date of Birth
He was born on 28th May 1987.
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In February 2013 he took to instagram and posted a photo of her alleged girlfriend whose name is Michaela Roy.
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Anga Makubalo and Mbali Nkosi
In 2015 they started hosting season 10 of All Access Mzansi. All Access gives a coverage of red carpet experiences, profiles of the hottest hangout spots across Mzansi as well as the making of homebrewed shows.
Anga Makubalo Education Background Career
He attended Edenvale high school on a sports bursary, participating in soccer, cricket, athletics and rugby.He attended acting and presenting classes at Talent International and later became a part-time teacher at the same school, coaching and mentoring young talents. In 2009 he studied contemporary music at Damelin.
In 2011 he made a guest appearancce on the SABC 1 show Mmino Mania as a singer. From 2008-2009 he was a presenter on SABC2’s Hectic 9 Nine.
Anga Makubalo Television Roles
- Generations (season 1) as MJ Memela
- Igazi (season 1) as Bantu
- Isidingo (season 1) as Obakeng
- Ring of Lies (season 2) as Buzwe.
- He was a performer at Tropika Island of Treasure (season 7)
- He was a contestant of Zaziwa season 1.
- Z’bondiwe (season 1,2&3) as Ntando Mabatha
Anga Makubalo Songs
- Dance Till You Drop
- Let the Good Times Roll
- Call Out
- You Are All I Need
- Kwenzeka Ntoni
- Give and Take
- What Have You Done
- I’m Lost for Words
- My Piano, My Bass
- Get Wit Me
- Not Guilty
- Can’t Let You Go
- Miss Me
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Anga Makubalo: I’ve always been into acting, ever since primary school. It was always a dream of mine to one day act on Generations and I am proud to say my dream came true. I landed the role of MJ Mawande through auditions, which was very stressful but I’m glad I got the part in the end.
What do you love most about acting?
Anga Makubalo: The different kind of personalities and characters I get to portray.
How is it like working alongside veteran actors like Menzi Ngubane and Nambitha Mpumlana?
Anga Makubalo: It is such a huge honour. These are names that I looked up to growing up, so to be in their presence everyday is just out of this world.
What’s the craziest thing that’s ever happened to you on set?
Anga Makubalo: I am still very new in acting and I haven’t had any crazy moments on set yet. However I do have a lot of laughs with Nambitha and Zenande, it’s a lot of fun.
You are featured on Eltonnick’s single “move”; can we expect an album this year? If so what kind of album will it be?
Anga Makubalo: Yes I’ll be releasing my debut album in April under my record label Baainar Records. It’s a contemporary album so it’s a mixture of house music, soul and jazz.
What motivates you? What makes you get up and go in the morning?
Anga Makubalo: God and the good people I am constantly surrounded by.
What tips can you offer aspiring actors and house vocalists?
Anga Makubalo: Natural talent is good, but studying further will make you so much better at what you do.
What’s been your biggest work-related challenge?
Besides nerves, none as yet. But I am ready for any challenge that comes my way.
What are your plans for 2012? What can we expect from Anga Makubelo?
I want to grow as an artist – improve my acting and singing and I want to get into modeling. I want to become the true definition of an artist. In 2012 I will live my dream.
Anga Makubalo NEWS
Can you believe someone told Naak Musiq he ‘can’t’ sing?
Thank goodness Anga Makubalo aka Naak Musiq’s confidence is on a 100 and he’s always believed in himself because some of his so-called ‘friends’ discouraged him from singing.
The actor and musician has not only gifted Mzansi with hits such as Mamelani, Call Out and most recently Ntombi, where he features Bucie, but has simultaneously shown off his acting skills in popular productions such Generations, Isidingo and iGazi.
This should be proof that he has talent in bucket loads right?
Taking a trip down memory lane the rapper said he was glad he persevered despite critics saying he’s “not cut out for the arts”.
Another loyal fan popped onto Anga’s timeline to share the story behind it.
It turns out, Anga was friends with a few music gurus, who owned a successful record label and they refused to sign him on the basis that he couldn’t sing.
Anga also spoke about his come up and how he’s kept his brand relevant in the industry during an interview with Afternoon Express.
“It’s been tricky because the Twitter streets are quite cruel. In the beginning they just said ‘Ag, he’s just one of those one hit wonders, just one of those actors that think they can sing.'”
Anga said that even when he started on Generations people doubted his acting skills. He said that sticking his guns and improving at his art worked out in his favour because fast forward to 2018, people know he wasn’t taking chances with either music or acting.