Born in Soweto, Milton (Diniloxolo) Ndlakuse started singing at Church at the age of six years old. At the age of eight he started playing his father’s melodica and his love of music has grown since that day.
After completing his schooling, he studied music at Eastside College for two years where he learnt about the history of South African music and its people. He also studied subjects like music form, ear training, keyboard technique, piano and theory.
He developed to become band leader, composer and arranger of the College’s ensembles.
At the same time he was attending Church in Soweto where he was the choir’s composer, vocal arranger and conductor.
He has worked with famous gospel artists like Lundi, Deborah Fraser and Fohloza and has performed with Umoja and Johnny Clegg.
He successfully auditioned for the Soweto Gospel Choir in 2006.