Sadon’s Valen­tine’s track ‘from the heart’

Lesotho Times - - Weekender - Mo­halenyane Phakela

RAP­PER, Sibu­siso “Sadon” Adon­tši, has re­vealed that his Valen­tine’s Day sin­gle,ngle, Easy To Love, which had the so­cial me­dia sphere and lo­cal ra­dio sta­tions abuzz, was in­spired by his bet­ter half.

The song, which was ap­pro­pri­ately re­leased in the sea­son of love, elicited nu­mer­ous com­ments on Face­book and Twit­ter­wit­ter from ap­pre­cia­tive fans, while also re­ceiv­ing gen­er­ous air­play on ra­dio sta­tions.

Ac­cord­ing to Sadon, the lyrics of the track, which fea­tures pro­ducer, dee­jay and vo­cal­ist Chino El Vito, come straight from the heart.

“Easy To Love is a ded­i­ca­tion to thehe ap­ple of my eye and I saw it be­fit­ting to re­lease lease it on Valen­tine’s Day,” Sadon said in an in­ter­view with the Week­ender this week.

His stage name means “fresh be­gin­nings”, and in keep­ing with that theme, thehe Mabote­born rap­per has promised fans a dif­fer­ent sound in his up­com­ing of­fer­ing.

“With age, life ex­pe­ri­ences and much read­ing, my lyri­cal abil­i­ties have im­prove­doved to be­come thought pro­vok­ing and in­spir­ing,” ir­ing,” Sadon said.

“This will be ev­i­dent in my up­com­ing­p­com­ing al­bum, No Fear, whose main fo­cuss is on in­spir­ing the au­di­ence.

“The songs do not be­long to me but the fans, I am just the medium sin­cence it comes from a very pow­er­ful source;ce; God Almighty.”

Easy to Love is the sec­ond re­lease,e, af­ter Books of The Bi­ble, from Saadon’s sopho­more al­bum No Fear. In n Books of The Bi­ble, he taps from his Chris­tian up­bring­ing, high­light­ing to his lis­ten­ers that the Bi­ble is not com­pli­cated but re­mains rel­e­vant to mod­ern-day life.

“No Fear will drop later this year as we are cur­rently work­ing on the dates with my team. I have worked with a lot of artists from dif­fer­ent sta­bles, in­clud­ing pro­duc­ers from Le­sotho, South Africa and Swazi­land,” said Sadon.

His mu­sic en­com­passes var­i­ous sub-gen­res of Hip Hop and lan­guages with Se­sotho, Swazi and English lyrics.

“The pro­duc­tion on the al­bum is su­perb and I be­lieve peo­ple will be able to eas­ily spot the growthth of Sadon in this com­pi­la­tion.

“The goal is to tap into South African and Swazi mar­kets and I al­ready have spe­cial tools in place which will help me achieve this goal.”

rap­per Sibu­siso “Sadon” adon­tši.

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