As a teenager Loyiso Bala was trained at the prestigious Drakensburg Boys Choir in South Africa. He finished top of his class and nurtured his classical voice. After overwhelming success with legendary Kwaito act TKZee in 2000, Loyiso decided to release his own singles ‘Musukukhala’ and ‘Silky Soft Skin’ in 2001. The singles laid the foundation for Loyiso’s solo career and he went on to release his first album Wine Woman and Song in 2003 and his second album Amplified in 2005. Since then, he has won multiple awards including Best R&B and Best Producer at the 2008 South African Music Awards. In May 2010 he released his new single ‘Wrong for you’, written by Robin Thicke and Sean Hurley.