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MBABANE – Eswatini artist S Tone is officially under South Africa’s recording stable El World.

Eswatini’s deep house vocalist S Tone, real name Sifiso Magagula, had two of his hit tracks included in Sun El Musician’s album, titled ‘Africa to the World’. Sun El Musician is also the founfer of El World Recording label.


The album, which got recognition at this year’s South African Music Awards (SAMA), is produced by the ‘Akanamali’ and ‘Bamthathile’ hit maker, Sun El Musican. The duo confirmed that indeed S Tone was now signed under the South African label and more hit songs can be expected from him. However, they did not want to divulge the terms of his contract citing them as confidential.
The relationship between S Tone and El World music stable began last year and the Eswatini artist has toured with the crew under the stable. 

The Eswatini artist also performed at Solani’s Shisanyama during the Easter weekend this year with Sun El Musician. S Tone said he was having an awesome time working with Sun El Musician. He also explained how their relationship began in an interview with this publication.

“Sun El Musician and I went to studio and he sampled a couple of beats, including the hit ‘Akanamali’ whose vocals are done by Samthing Sowetan. I knew right there and then that I wanted to work with him due to what I heard that day.

I was truly impressed.
“Soon after that meeting, we met in studio and start working on a song and have continued to do so. The songs I have done with him sound awesome,” explained S Tone. He also said he had an amazing time putting together ‘No Stopping Us’.

S Tone is also one of the MTN SWAMA Awards 2018 nominees, under the ‘Best House Music category.’ He was nominated for his song titled ‘No Stopping Us’, which is currently being aired on Channel O. 

‘Africa to the World’ was released over three months ago and prior to its release, Sun El Musician occasionally dropped some tracks in it as solo singles which aired on international TV music channels.

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