Born and bred in Embalenhle Nhlanhla Rich Nkosi has scored his big break in Greece, working for Remarc Sunseafun International an entertainment company based in Southern Europe.
Nhlanhla Nkosi started his journey of music in school singing for school choirs as well as the acclaimed Embalenhle Male Voice Choir and Gauteng Choristers.

In 2005, while representing the Mpumalanga province he won second place in Tirisano School Choral Eisteddfod, as a tenor.
This was a sign and reassurance, that his love and talent for music would take him far and play an integral part of his life.
After he finished school, he started his own company Toro Arts that specialized in entertainment and serviced large corporate such as Sasol, Chamber of Mines, and SACEPA to name a few, he has also become a household name performing at weddings and other events.
He has also volunteered his services in his communities by assisting schools with preparing for choir competitions.
He got his big break in March this year after he auditioned early in the year and is now based in Greece forming part of a trio that tours different islands, tantalizing a variety of audiences to their smooth sounds of pop opera.

This opportunity has given his career a push in the right direction and it can only move in an upward trajectory from now on, and will be recording his debut album upon his return.