Tsekeleke wanted to make one last album before he died. Speaking at the family home in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni on Wednesday, his younger brother Brian Motaung told Daily Sun: “He had already started working on it when his illness suddenly became worse.”
He said his brother also planned to release a new video that would have left the whole of Mzansi with their mouths hanging open.
“I don’t know if the people he was working with will still release it.”
Brian said his brother was a people’s person.
“He was full of jokes. When he got angry it wouldn’t last long. We will miss him forever.”
He said Tsekeleke left behind an 18-year-old son, who was struggling to deal with his death.
The funeral arrangements have not yet been finalised because the family had to gather to discuss everything first.
Kwaito artist Spikiri confirmed he was working with Tsekeleke.
When asked whether the project would continue, he said: “We will have to sit down and discuss it. For now, it’s important for us to mourn our brother.”