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By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2021-04-07

AFRO-FUSION duo A2Z is back with another single ‘Beketela’. This was revealed by the group’s Manager Larry Mhlanga yesterday. The song will be released on April 14. “Things may appear difficult and impossible to achieve, but having faith and doing your work with consistency and persistence is the key. With time things will surely fall into place and everything will be alright we say ‘Beketela’,” they said. Both rising stars, Khethokuhle Sibandze and Melusi Mndzebele won the hearts of many in the MTN Spotlight Competition, a platform created to unearth new talent in Eswatini. Meeting for the first time during the competition, the pair found musical fire in each other that they loved and instantly knew that they wanted to work together to create something new and fresh for their fans. The SWAMA award winning duo has released a number of singles such as ‘Dali’, ‘Dlala’ and many others. They have also collaborated with a few international artists. They have performed on multiple stages, including the MegaSound Picnic, Pop Sunday and MTN SWAMA awards. Their main objective is to produce music, fuse African sounds, bring love, healing and happiness, as well as create an opportunity for the duo to reach their destiny. They both made it to the Top 10 of the competition and that was where their bond was created. They were always the loudest, laughing and sharing jokes. This led to one of The Spotlight producers to notice their energy. Mhlanga said he noted that the two had something special and is happy to finally have the opportunity to work with them.

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