COVER STORY 4:

BUHLE N. HAS RE­CENTLY RE­LEASED HER 5TH AL­BUM AND GOD IS STILL DO­ING GREAT FOR HER.

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Pas­sion for mu­sic:

Her pas­sion for mu­sic groomed her to­beg a God-fear­ing woman and has given her great op­por­tu­ni­ties to ex­pe­ri­ence new great things in the in­dus­try. With the sup­port from her par­ents, Buhle re­spects her mu­sic ca­reer and makes sure that she does things ac­cord­ingly. “My par­ents sup­ported me from my early days into the in­dus­try to date and helped me to stay pos­i­tive at all times”, she says.

Win­ning an award and cur­rent project:

Buhle has been nom­i­nated in var­i­ous awards for the past 4 years. It was in 2017 when she re­ceived an award for best tra­di­tional al­bum at the Mzansi Chris­tian Gospel awards. “I could not be­lieve when they called out my name as I could feel that I am be­ing rec­og­nized for the great ef­fort and I be­lieve there are big­ger and big­ger things com­ing”, she says. Buhle also adds that, be­ing nom­i­nated for the awards such as the Gospel Crown Awards shows recog­ni­tion to her even though she has not yet won one. It is Buhle’s dream and be­lief that she will one day win a crown award. Buhle has re­cently re­leased her 5th al­bum with heart-warm­ing tracks and is now avail­able in stores. The award win­ning sen­sa­tional singer, Buhle Nh­langulela al­lows her­self to learn from those who lead her to great ven­tures in the mu­sic in­dus­try. The Kwa-Zulu Natal born singer is known from the trend­ing duet “Sne’themba” with their hit song “Ubani othi Aba zal­wane baya bora”. Grow­ing up, she wanted to be a med­i­cal doc­tor, but due to un­sta­ble fi­nances, her dream had to shut. Her hopes for greater things in life never low­ered as she car­ried on hus­tling for her dreams. Buhle started her mu­sic ca­reer years ago and has had op­por­tu­ni­ties to back for the well­known South African stars; Dr. Re­becca Ma­lope, Deb­o­rah Fraser, Lundi Tya­mara, Sfiso Ncwane and many more. Buhle opens up to Em­pow­ered Youth Magazine about her life in the in­dus­try, Moth­er­hood and what she is up to.

Stand­ing on her own:

In 2007, Buhle re­leased her first solo al­bum “I Agenda ye Zulu”. The al­bum scored her big up thumbs from her fans and the gospel in­dus­try as a whole. She then re­leased an­other hot of­fer ti­tled “Umthandazo” in 2016 and was nom­i­nated in the Gauteng Gospel Mu­sic Awards. In 2017, the an­gelic voiced Buhle re­leased her 4th al­bum ti­tled “Garage ka Moya”, which in­cludes hit tracts such as “Wang’thatha uJesu and Dankie Je­ho­vah”. “I have al­ways found com­fort in mu­sic”, she says. Buhle’s joy is to see her fans be­ing taught about the word of God through her mu­sic and see­ing changes in their lives. “Ev­ery time I write a song, I think of how one may be mo­ti­vated by the song and make sure that the song is well-struc­tured”, she says.

Buhle says that she is grate­ful for the sup­port that her par­ents gave her from the first days she started her mu­si­cal jour­ney,

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