Grahamstown Kevin “Soul-Cafe” Daniels won a provincial beauty contest on Saturday 3 November.
The event, Mr and Miss Eastern Cape was held at The Athenaeum, a multipurpose creative space in Port Elizabeth.
It is an event found through a good cause, as winners are tasked to engage with the community providing a helping hand where it is needed the most.
Soul-Cafe is a full time musician, owning his own independent record label. He is also a Radio Grahamstown Friday night presenter and Dj.
He has been on a beauty pageants winning streak since high school.
According to Soul-Cafe, taking part in Mr and Miss Eastern Cape was to help uplift his profile and his career, as he is good at heart.
In June this year, he was First Prince in Mr and Miss Grahamstown 2017, an event at The Recreation Hall From there he proceeded to enter Mr and Miss Eastern Cape.
He is helping at a community Soup Kitchen in Ghost Town, alongside his fellow Mr and Miss Grahamstown winners.
He told Grocott’s Mail that he is hoping to take part in Mr South Africa on one of these good days.
“I have notice that taking part and winning in these kind of events is not about being famous, or about you, but it is about being well spoken and confident and serving the community,” said Soul-Cafe.
“I believe I have good chances of participating in Mr South Africa. I have a positive lifestyle and I believe I can be of good service to South Africa as a whole,” he said.