Monday 2021-12-06




By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2021-10-16

MANDISA Mamba has released a new single titled ‘Fault in The Stars’. This was confirmed by the singer yesterday. She said the single was a pop/rnb song with elements of electro and hip hop. “When writing this song (especially the chorus),

I was inspired by the idea of astrology playing a huge role in human affairs, how when two people meet and fall in love it is always divine timing and the universe at play,” she said. The ‘Misbehave’ hitmaker said at the creation stages of ’Fault In The Stars,’ Mozaik The Producer built the beat around the little that she had written at the time.

Because of the creative genius that he is and their great artist/producer relationship, he was able to musically match and express her emotions, inspiration and story line. “Being able to connect with new supporters and reconnect with my already existing supporters through ‘Fault In The Stars’ is what’s mostly exciting about releasing it.

I value my audience so I look forward to hearing what they have to say about this new song and how it makes them feel,” she added. Mamba also shared that her album was nearly ready and will be out in 2022.

“I will be sharing more information on my social media platforms as time goes on,” she said. The Emaphupho hitmaker where she is featured by DJ Cup, said she has more collaborations underway. “It has been such an exciting journey to see Emaphupho spread outside our borders and watching videos of people enjoying the song as they post on social media. Nothing set in stone yet but I look forward to working with more amazing artists.”

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