Ten­daness Live on YFM to­day

Swazi Observer - - ENTERTAINMENT - By Lusito Tsela

SWAZI mu­sic is def­i­nitely tak­ing our neigh­bour­ing coun­try South Africa by storm.

Just a week ago, Bholoja rocked Kaya FM and to­day it is DJ Ten­daness’ chance to shine on YFM.

Ten­daness Man­ager Sibu­siso Sime­lane re­vealed that the live in­ter­view will see Ten­daness open­ing up about his mu­sic, es­pe­cially his sin­gle called ‘Jika’

where he fea­tures Bholoja.

Pro­duc­tion

“This is his big­gest sin­gle and most im­por­tantly one of the most loved songs in the coun­try at the mo­ment.

The song is also the very rea­son he got an in­ter­view with YFM as they called right after be­ing im­pressed with its mix­ing and pro­duc­tion,” he said.

Sime­lane said after the sta­tion played the song on air they started look­ing for ‘this’ DJ Ten­daness and luck­ily enough the man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of the sta­tion got hold of him on Instagram and left a mes­sage invit­ing him for an in­ter­view.

“As his man­ager, I con­tacted them and they con­fessed to lov­ing the song and they re­quested for more of his mu­sic sin­gles; ‘Love me’, ‘Call on ‘Solo’ me’ and the lat­est one called which will be played dur­ing the in­ter­view.

Goals

How­ever, Sime­lane said they are not ex­pect­ing to gain much other than ex­po­sure for the Ten­daness brand and the mu­sic as YFM is one of the most lis­tened ra­dio sta­tions in South Africa, es­pe­cially in Gauteng which is where the mu­sic in­dus­try is big. ‘Jika’ The sin­gle track is cur­rently be­ing played in a num­ber of SA ra­dio sta­tions.

Sime­lane later en­cour­aged as­pir­ing

artists to be­lieve in them­selves and what they do, take ad­vices, learn, work hard to im­prove their craft ev­ery­day and pray ev­ery­day as mu­sic and prayer go to­gether. Over and above, he thanked the DJ’s fans for the love and sup­port that they have for the artist and his team. He ex­pressed sin­cere grat­i­tude to the fans for down­load­ing, lis­ten­ing and shar­ing the mu­sic and also urged to con­tinue shar­ing the mu­sic as it is their goal to reach a wider pop­u­la­tion as with their end­less love and sup­port, Swazi mu­sic can be known in all parts of the world.

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