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By Phetsile Mamba | 2019-12-03

SOUTH Africa-based artist S-Tone will be launching his EP titled ‘Imbizo’ in the kingdom.

  His EP has been making waves in South Africa.

An extended play record, often referred to as an EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single, but is usually unqualified as an album or LP.

 The artist will be launching the EP on Saturday, at Esibayeni Lodge.

“People can expect a great show this Saturday and they will experience good vocal house music from my EP and a few songs already known and others unreleased. Since I will be accompanied by other talents from Elworld Music, there will be more for the fans to enjoy,” S-Tone shared.


 The artist mentioned that he was 100 per cent Liswati and it was only right that he launches  the EP in the kingdom.

He has been waiting for a while to engage with people in the kingdom this way so they to get a feel of the project live.


The Imbizo EP is an expression of different emotions, accompanied by amazing production by fellow label mates Claudio and Kenza. It is an enjoyable vibey project.

“This makes me so happy that it’s happening. I sing about love and inspiration. I also sing about sensitive issues affecting us all around like the song ‘Vuka Africa’ featuring Simmy on the chorus.


“I also sing about celebration and good vibes too for example, ‘Imbizo’ which is well received,” S-Tone said.

With ‘Imbizo’, he basically wanted to make a feel-good vibey song unlike any he has ever attempted with an African feel in Siswati of course.

 It was inspired by gatherings  ‘Emakhaya’ or in townships where family and friends would get together and a celebrate for whatever reason.

He had a traditional wedding vibe in mind when writing the song.

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