Carlos Muchave better was known by his stage name Token Dagger is a Hip-hop musician and an all-round creative. Just as he does in his film and photography career, he captures everyday moments and translates them into a cinematic style of music.

In 2016 he decided to venture into a solo career after being in a Hip-hop group called Dagger Gang for five years. Dagger Gang consists of 4 members; they gained popularity in their Johannesburg South neighborhoods. The group performed in various places within Johannesburg.

As a solo artist Token Dagger has performed in Mozambique, his home country. He has completed and released his first solo project called Mismatch. The project is available online at Reverbnation, Soundcloud, and YouTube.
Token Dagger’s objective is to fully break into the industry with a unique sound of Hip Hop that’s refreshing and captures the imagination.

Token Dagger has just completed a docu-series that sees him put together his latest project titled, ATTI2D 3RA. To see the docu-series follow @TOKENDAGGER on all social media platforms.

The debut single is Cozano (Coz I Know). It’s a song dedicated to people who discourage others by telling them that they are not got enough. The song says I am great irrespective of what people (haters) say and nothing you say can make me believe otherwise. It’s not a song of arrogance; it’s a song of affirmation.

Here is the links to his debut single: Cozano (Coz I Know)

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