Saturday 2018-04-21




By Lusito Tsela | 2018-02-14

SABC Crown Gospel award winner Nduduzo Matse is proving that he is all about hard work and no play.

This follows after the gospel icon revealed last week that he will be collaborating with South African gospel giants in the likes of Reverend Benjamin Dube and Lebo Sekgobela.

The gospel star has added Takhi Do and Omega to his line-up.

Matse said “the live recording will be the biggest the country has ever seen, thus it felt right to add two of the biggest names in the South African gospel industry.”

“The line up will have experienced musicians who know what they are doing and have won more awards than they can count, which will make the show the best live recording ever,” he said.

 “As revealed by this publication last week, I will be collaborating with different artists in 10 of my 20 songs and I am making sure that it is only the best people in the industry,” added Matse.

The much anticipated show will also see the country’s much celebrated gospel giants in the likes of Sipho ‘Big Fish’ Makhabane, Shongwe and Khuphuka saved group and Frans Dlamini to name a few, performing live.

The event slated for April 21 at the newly constructed E25 million Metropolitan Evangelical Church in Manzini will see the duo making their debut in the country.

Matse urged his fans and all gospel lovers to be on the look-out for the latest developments as he will be unpacking the line up and revealing all the logistics of the show in due course.

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