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On the 8th of August 1994, The Notorious BIG dropped Juicy – by far and large the greatest ‘rags to riches’ song ever made; and yes even better then Drake’s Started From The Bottom. “It was all a dream! I used to read Word Up magazine, Salt’n’Pepa and Heavy D up in the limousine. Hangin’ pictures on my wall”, Biggy reminenced,  “Now we sip champagne when we thirst-ay Uh, damn right I like the life I live ‘Cause I went from negative to positive. And it’s all…” he closed – ending the song in triumphant glory.

Considering that this is the same week that Juicy dropped and in the spirit of success, PXY decided to share 3 impressive journeys with you – 2 musicians and an insurance company.


Growing up, Flex was a shy individual and due to his perceived inability to articulate himself he found it hard to relate to his peers. To express himself, Flex would lock himself in his room and would just write poetry.

Soon, Flex found a way to combine his feelings and music in spoken word – he has since shared the stage with SA’s premier poets, such as Phillipa Yaa De Villiers, Lebo Mashile. And has been fortunate enough to travel to Washington DC and New York.

Palesa Ravele

Palesa Ravele has achieved a lot in a short space of time and his persistence has seen him live out his dreams.

Palesa tried to enter The Rofhiwa Gospel Star Search in 2012 and was unsuccessful, but the setback didn’t stop  him from chasing his dreams. Palesa re-entered the competition in 2013 and was crowned the winner, and as part of the prize he received a recording deal and managed to record his very first album titled “Ndi Yeso fhedzi”, which was launched on the 10th of May 2014.

King Price


Launched in 2012,  King Price had one mission and one mission only – to save us from sky rocketing insurance premiums – the King Price Homepage shows you just how they managed to do that.

Like every journey King Price‘s wasn’t the easiest of one’s,  but due to their cost saving premiums and hard work they managed to grow from 43 employees to 550 in just 3 years – impressive ain’t huh? The King Price Blog has a cool infograph detailing all of it’s greatest milestones.