Lebo M is overly excited as he is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the animation feature on Broadway.
The star is the first person to work 25 years on Broadway and the first black composer on that stage.
He composed songs for The Lion King theatrical production that started in 1994. At 25 years, this marks South Africa having the longest-working talent on Broadway.
On Instagram, he shared snaps of his magical return to Broadway this month when he was honored at the 25th anniversary of The Lion King animated feature.
“About last night, still so surreal to me. When work constantly feels like new work yet one has been blessed to live to see, feel, and be humbled by the effect one’s work has had and now 25 years later history records us in various categories of firsts. with beautiful family my wife first Mrs. M @pretty_samuels family friends well over 30 years now @crystalkungminkoff and @robminkoff my partner at Lebo and Primedia @primediaoutdoor and the Queen of talk @zintathu (Check her vibes at our soundcheck) and reuniting with the maestro @churchmuse. I am grateful and humbled. To the TLK family @thelionking here’s to another 25 years,” he wrote.
Many of his fans took to the comment section to congratulate him.
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