Motsetserepa leaving no stone unturned

William who started his career as a comedian blossomed into the entertainment industry at a very young age. He started as a skit comedian then later ventured into music. 

Bofelo William Molebatsi known by stage name “William last krm and/ or Motsetserepa” is now the most influential and promising young rapper in the country. 

He started his comedy career by shooting content and uploading on his social media accounts, eventually the videos went viral and he reached over a million followers on social media, making him the most followed entertainer in Botswana. From making these skits, he gained names like Motsetserepa and Tshasa. After his first mini skit, William started to produce a stand-up comedy show. 

The rise of the comedian and rapper came forth when his music video for ‘Tinto’ broke out on internet. Since then he gained recognition across boarders and became very popular, especially South Africa.

He even got acknowledgement and recognition from American RnB star Chris Brown when he posted a video of William on his Instagram page.

As a way of strengthening and growing his brand, William is making use of the recognition he is receiving from other countries. This week he was featured on one of the biggest sporting shows in South Africa, the SABC 1 Sports@10 show. 

The Tinto hitmaker says he sees himself as an African hero when it comes to the entertainment industry or the arts. When talking in an interview, he said that his relocation to South Africa was long overdue and he wanted to explore his options and grow his brand. 

Earlier this year, leading African PR & Rating firm, Avance Media announced the 6th publication of its annual ranking of 100 Most Influential Young Africans, a list that celebrates the brightest and successful young Africans in various fields across the continent. Amongst those 100 Young Africans was Botswana’s very own William Last Krm.

William was named one of the most influential people from Botswana, across the continent, making him the first youngster to achieve such at his age, in Botswana.

In 2020, the sensational rapper won an award at the annual SA black twitter awards under the category of coveted Music Video of The Year award, for his music video Tinto. He later won the Best Social Media Comedian in 2021 at the African Social Entertainment Awards.

William was later nominated for the ‘Best International Act’ Award at the 2021’s South African Hip-Hop Awards (SAHHAs). The awards are the biggest celebration of Hip Hop on the African continent. William Last was nominated along side heavyweights such as Drake (Canada), Kanye West (USA), Little Simz (UK) and Sarkodi (Ghana). He triumphed over his competitors and scooped the Best International Act Award.

William was recently featured in one of South Africa’s biggest podcast show “Podcast and Chill with MacG”, to converse about his journey in the entertainment industry and he has now gained recognition internationally.

Speaking about his newly released Amapiano song “IY-YI” Motsetserepa believes he is too flexible when it comes to music because he does not limit himself, whatever instrumental he is given he can work with it. He was recently part of the panellists at the creative luncheon with Connie Ferguson.

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