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MBABANE – Fun, safe and intimate.  Those were some of the reactions shared by funlovers during an exclusive listening experience session of the award-winning Sandziso ‘Sands’ Matsebula’ held   at Mountain Inn on Saturday night. 

 The show was set to enlighten revellers about Sands’s upcoming album   dubbed ‘Rythm of Sands’.

 It is worth noting that the upcoming album will be the first project recoded under kingdom Tales records. 

The stable is a new project co-owned by Sands and has signed the MTN spotlight winner Llucid.  The golden boy proved his versatility by being a great storyteller throughout his performance. 

He did this by interestingly telling the story behind each and every song that he sang.


 One of the interesting stories he shared, inspired by his song titled ‘Vuma’, was about the struggles men face when they want to propose.

  Another interesting story inspired by his song titled ‘Lapha Kami’, talks of persuading someone to visit when it is cold.

Not only did he showcase his storytelling talent, he also showed off his impeccable dance moves.  

He danced with revellers as he was giving away CDs.  One of the crowd favourite songs ‘Egoli’ from the upcoming album, left the   funlovers yearning for more.

 The show ended on a high note with people dancing and cheering.    In an interview with Sands, he expressed his excitement and thanked the people who attended the show.  

He went on to assure music lovers the best album that will keep them entertained.

 “I am bringing more rhythm through this album; it’s more of growth from the previous album. They are going to see the best of me. I think as you grow, you become more passionate and involved with your music, and so that’s what they can expect. I have really enjoyed performing in Southern Africa and singing to crowds here. I can’t wait to interact with my fans again, in Africa and the rest of the world, the old and the new,” he said. 


 He also mentioned that he would be partnering with other hotels and having more performances.  Tawonga, who was one of the revellers, expressed her excitement.

 She attested to having fun and said she was looking forward to the upcoming album.  

“I had so much fun; I also like the fact that it was a safe environment.  The upcoming album will be like magic and it will be the only album playing in my car,” she said.

Vuyiswa Pinto said she also had fun as she was with her husband Isidoro Pinto.  

“I had a great time; the whole session was fun   and intimate. I am looking forward to the upcoming album,” she said.

 Nokwazi Masilela   also said the show was amazing and encourage people to support local artists.

 “It is now close to six months and this was my first show to attend. I had fun and we were all adhering to health precautions,” she said.

Fun lovers enjoyed the mouth-watering food and walked away with a free CD.

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