Tronix, who is well-known for producing albums of some of South Africa’s top music stars like Mzambiya, Msawawa and Kholeka Dubula, believes the Victoria Falls-born songstress will conquer the region within the next few months.
“When I first listened to Sithabile’s music, I was amazed by the powerful voice she has and I called her immediately so that she could sign a three-year contract,” said Tronix in a recent interview.
Ndebele, one of the very few Zimbabwean musicians to land such a deal in the cut-throat world of South African music, released her debut album, Ngimthand’ Eseduze, last month, becoming an instant hit on radio stations.
“She is Africa’s next gospel superstar. In no time, she will conquer the whole of Africa and I have really enjoyed working with her. She is very talented and determined to make it in the industry,” said Tronix.
Ndebele, who arrived in Johannesburg in 2003, said she realised her singing talent when she became a Christian in 1998, but only decided to go professional in 2010.
“With the help of my husband, Vusi Moyo, I recorded a demo, which I took to different studios last year. I was very happy when Tronix called us to sign the contract because this is a great opportunity for me,” she said.
With a unique, strong voice, her album combines praise and worship songs suitable for all age groups and different moods. She has also released a video for the song Mina Ngavuma, which is on the album.Post published in: Entertainment