By Khetsiwe Khumalo | 2022-11-24
THE country’s multi-genre artist, Celumusa is ready to reap the rewards of his EP titled ‘Sivuno’.
New Life Entertainment’s Public Relations Officer Thembinkosi Mthethwa said the afro soul and a soft reggae singer revealed that he was yet to reap what he sow after about three months of working hard on the EP.
“The hard work of writing songs, recording, and working with other artists till the final product is ready for the market will hopefully come with rewards such as admiration from fans and industry mates,” said Mthethwa.
He stated that the EP would go live on all digital stores such as Apple Music, Spotify and Deezer tomorrow. Mthethwa said there are five songs in the EP which consists of the breakout single ‘Emakethe’,’Buganu’, ‘Sophumelela’, ‘Remember’ and ‘New Life’.
According to Mthethwa the artist said, “It was a beautiful experience to see my body of work come to life right before my very eyes. Having a professional team that is present at every step is very helpful and it further gives one confidence that they are there for the full journey.”
The PR officer detailed that one key highlight of the EP would be the heavy usage of the artist’s mother tongue, Siswati in all the songs, which he said cemented the approach of being proud of where one came from.
“One would say the process of the creative aspect of the Ep took about three months, from start to finish. That of course is a journey consisting of writing, recording, mixing, mastering and the uploading of all the music onto digital platforms,” he said.
Mthethwa narrated that there were no featured artists but rather instrumentalists whom Celumusa worked with from lead guitarists, bass player and producers.
He added that the EP was a widely textured project, ranging from some laid-back undertones that evokeed longing emotions and a surprise one that took a new twist after some experiment from the artist’s producers.
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