By Phetsile Mamba | 2021-02-23
NOTHING will ever stop the golden boy; Sands from shining as his recently released ‘Emaciniso’ visuals has made it to the MTV Base Top Ten. This was revealed by Kitsi’s Melusi Zox Dlamini. Dlamini explained that the song; ‘Emaciniso’ was written by Sands and produced by his long time friend and producer extra-ordinaire Sub Jams. The music video was executively produced by New Life Entertainment. This is a clear example of how industry has the ability to work together towards success and growth of the local industry. The label Kingdom Tales is excited that the song made it to number three on MTV hits last week. They haven't had a chance to follow this weekend but it's always pleasing to climb the charts. “Sands is equally excited about this as evidently seen on his social media platforms. ‘Emaciniso’ is the second single off his upcoming album Rythm of Sands and obviously he can't wait to get back on the road to promote his music as well as meet and grow his fan base,” he shared. He mentioned that the album is done. Sands has also been hard at work recording exciting features with international artists. “We unfortunately can't mention who for now because some of the songs will not be released under Kingdom Tales. “What I can guarantee you is that fans will love the music that is coming - this new project is going to Sands biggest project to date,” he added. Sandziso Matsebula became a gold selling artist within a year, he headlined some of the biggest events on the music calendar and become one of his country’s biggest exports. Born and raised in Eswatini, Sands, as he is known, both professionally and personally, never expected to leave the borders of his landlocked country. His debut album, Sands of Time, reached gold status. MTV Base is a British pay television music channel from ViacomCBS Networks UK and Australia that focuses primarily on hip hop, R n B, grime, garage, reggae, funk, soul and dance music. It was launched as part of MTV's digital boutique of music channels on July 1, 1999 in both the United Kingdom and Ireland.
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