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By Andile Dlamini | 2020-01-15

SOUTH Africa’s most loved Afro soul artist Ami Faku is coming to Eswatini on February 2.

 The singer will be performing at Mega Lounge, Sidwashini courtesy of MegaSound Entertainment.

  The ‘Into Ingawe’ hit maker will be launching her debut album titled ‘Imali’  in the kingdom.

 Ami Faku is a South African singer and songwriter. She is the fastest rising star as she has a unique style of music, blending soul with a modern pop and traditional Afro-soul feeling.

She has released hit singles including ‘Love Drunk’, ‘Ubuhle Bakho’, ‘Ndikhethe Wena’ and ‘Imali’ which features Blaq Diamond.

These songs are on high rotation on both SA and local radio charts. Faku was featured on the single ‘Into Ingawe’, by the Sun El-Musician. Within three weeks after its release, the song reached one million streams.

She made her first public appearance in the industry through a television talent show, The Voice SA, in 2017. Then she was still performing music under her government name Amanda Faku.  Faku is currently signed under the record label Vth Season. Meanwhile, the show will commence at noon till midnight. Tickets cost E100 for general and E250 for VIP, which comes with a signed copy of Faku’s CD.

Megasound events are crowd pullers,  especially during their annual Megasound picnic, and they have recently opened their hangout spot Mega Lounge. This will be their second big show as they launched the lounge with a TNS concert late last year.

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