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mu­sic overseas, “I see my­self min­is­ter­ing to thou­sands of peo­ple in as far as the United States of Amer­ica.”

Re­veal­ing his se­crets to suc­cess, he at­trib­uted ev­ery­thing to be­ing prayer­ful, sub­mis­sion to author­ity and con­sis­tence.

This, he said, en­abled him to re­alise it was not his but the grace of God which came about due to the Almighty be­ing faith­ful and de­liv­er­ing on his prom­ises. Stat­ing how the three as­sisted him, the for­mer meat in­spec­tor said prayer as­sisted him to stay in con­tact with God en­abling him to stay on track through His guid­ance. On the other hand, he said con­sis­tency helped him stay fo­cused.

“The things I used to do when I started my mu­sic ca­reer are the same things I still do even to­day given that I have achieved so much in my ca­reer” he said.

He ad­vised that if one failed to re­spect author­ity on earth, there would be dif­fi­culty re­spect­ing God in heaven.

“I still pay true al­le­giance to my pas­tor and my church be­cause this is where I get guid­ance and coun­selling when there is need. I will never be too big for my church be­cause that is the place I sub­mit to. At this stage in my ca­reer my pas­tor still has author­ity in my life. He has a right to call me to or­der in the event I stray and I have to obey to his or­ders be­cause he is the author­ity above me” he said.

He says God gives you at the rate you see your­self at. “I per­son­ally see my­self con­quer­ing the world with gospel min­istry and I know God will present that op­por­tu­nity be­fore me. What you see is what you be­come. Do not al­low your cur­rent sit­u­a­tion to de­fine you be­cause that will cause you lim­i­ta­tions” he said.

About Nduduzo

He has worked as a backup vo­cal­ist for prom­i­nent artists: Frans Dlamini, Sipho Makha­bane and Israel Mosethla. He recorded his first live CD and DVD in 2009, where he per­formed and recorded col­lab­o­ra­tions with Israel Mosehla, Frans Dlamini, and Zodwa Sam­boko.

He pro­duced his first al­bum that was nom­i­nated in two cat­e­gories in the pres­ti­gious” Tih­la­bani Awards” cel­e­bra­tion in Swazi­land. It was Best video and Best New­comer of the year, where he was crowned “The Best New Comer of The Year 2010”. He was again nom­i­nated for “Glory awards” un­der the “Artist of the year” cat­e­gory in 2010. In 2014 he took home two Tih­la­bane awards for the best New Comer and the Al­bum of the Year.

He has per­formed in Swazi­land, South Africa, Mozam­bique and Botswana and Tan­za­nia among oth­ers. He had the hon­our of per­form­ing for His Royal Majesty King Mswati III on sev­eral oc­ca­sions. Has shared the stage with the likes of Joy­ous Cel­e­bra­tion, Sipho Makha­bane, Ben­jamin Dube, Israel Mosehla, Hlengiwe Mh­laba, Tshep­iso Mo­taung and Ncan­dweni Christ Am­bas­sadors to name a few.

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