Ray Mupats

Mupats launches charity organisation

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South Africa based Zimbabwean artist who made headlines after topping the chats on various radio stations in Africa  with his song Gold digger popularly known as Ray Mupats yesterday launched an international charity organization in a bid to help the less privileged in and around South Africa.

The organization which is called the Ray Mupats Charity Initiative(RCI) led by Ray Mupats took its first step by distributing clothes to the refugee families dispersed by Xenophobia in South Africa.

Speaking to Celebrity check , Ray Mupats Highlighted that his main aim is to inspire and transform lives in the society.

Mupats and some of the children they donateed to

Mupats and some of the children they donated to

“My main aim is to inspire and transform lives in society, we work hand in hand with children’s homes, hospitals etc in helping the less privileged”, said Mupats.


After seeing this initiative some people who include Debbie Brummer and Simonn Wiechers from Soviet Clothing gave RCI a helping hand in the form of clothes.


Ray Mupats, is a musician based in South Africa. He was Born in Zimbabwe to a Zambian father and Portuguese Mother, He moved to south Africa where he is currently based and signed to HMI Records.

Ray Mupats Has released singles of his own featuring various Artists from across Africa,His Debut single titled Everything I do  which was released in 2014 earned him the title*Hook master* , He featured Yinks(from Ghana) Morris Blacks and Tre.

Having set the Trend, Ray Mupats released his second Single , Gold-digger which surpassed everyone’s expectations.The video of the song is sponsored by Soviet Clothing whilst it is featured by big artists in the game such as  DJ Deck burner and kimz Beatz who has worked with Davido and  Cabo-Snoop.

Through all this hard work ,there is no doubt that Ray Mupats will become one of the biggest names that Africa has ever seen following the footsteps of other musical giants who left a mark that can never be erased.

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