Get the jab, feel the groove, enjoy the festive season
“Get vaccinated and have a jolly festive season,” is the clear message from an upcoming amapiano duo in their recently released EP.
Hassan Hlongwane and Excellent Kuzwayo are newcomers to the music scene but their music has been well-received by music fans and critics alike and radio stations are playing it.
Their main track Kuyobamnandi talks about and encourages people to get vaccinated so that the world could return to the happy days where people could freely attend performances of their favourite artists.
“After getting the jab, people can get down on the dance floor and show their dancing moves,” say the duo in the song Amaririya which is all about being happy and merry.
“Amaririya is a traditional Xitsonga song with beats of Amapiano which is unique and fresh on the South African music market,” said Excellent.
With experience in the Xitsonga traditional music he gained while working with legendary musician, Dr Thomas Chauke, Excellent said people will not regret listening to any of their tracks.
The duo’s hit tracks depict the bright future of the entertainment industry. The two artists come from different backgrounds but met in 2010 and agreed to work on a music project.
Hassan Hlongwane, Fisherman-Sono to his fans, said the EP, which was released in October, is still getting people talking.
“The EP has hit songs that people will dance to. But before that, we encourage everyone to take their vaccines to avoid further lockdowns to prevent the spread of the virus,” said Hassan who has had two years without gigs.
“People should accept that it’s only through vaccination that we will get back to packed venues and keep up the entertainment for the fans.”
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