By Ayanda Dlamini | 2017-11-14
SANDS has filled the vacant management post at Kingdom Tales.
Kingdom Tales is a company founded and owned by Sands and the star signed himself under the stable.
Sands revealed yesterday that a South African born and based Lindsey Jerome Arends will be his new manager after he parted ways with longtime manager Phila Koshini of Icon PB.
“We have hired someone who will be managing Kingdom Tales and artists that will be signed under the international stable. Lindsey Arends will not only manage the stable but also do other operations of the company which is based locally and in South Africa,” said Sands.
Arends is reportedly not new in the entertainment industry as he has worked with numerous artists in South Africa.
Although Sands was coy to reveal more information about his new manager, research shows that Arends appears to have had business with South African entertainment power house Mabala Noise.
He appears on the stable’s website as a member of the stable’s management team.
Arends also confirmed his new post at Kingdom Tales but refrained from answering other questions, requesting that they be emailed to him.
According to Sands, Arends has already proved his management skills as he is the one that facilitated the recording of a single and its video shoot.
The single Sands was referring to is the one he did with Loyiso Bala called ‘Ndimbonile.’
The single is currently available on iTunes and other online streams.
The change of management in the star’s career comes after he departed from Icon PB, a record label owned by a fellow Swazi Phila Koshini, who is based in Durban.
When asked if this meant he would now change his public relations team known as Bounce Ideas Brand and Communications, Sands said he would not because he believes they have been doing a remarkable job.
The team has been in charge of managing the star’s social media handles, amongst all.
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