Monday 2018-06-18




By Ayanda Dlamini | 2018-03-14

BOUNCING back into the industry more fierce and matured, songstress Khole has spoken out on her year-long break.

The singer spent the rest of the previous year away from the spotlight and from public performances.

“I needed to change few things; it has been a long journey. A break was needed.  2017 was not an active year for me. However, I have been attending music workshops to improve my craft,” said the jazz musician.

The musician opened up after some music fanatics had been wondering where she had been for a whole year.

She has recently bounced back into the industry having hosted her first solo show this year at the Alliance Francaise last month. The afro soul jazz singer rose to fame in 2015 with her single titled ‘Ngijika emnyango.’

Speaking to the Entertainment Desk on monday, she said she deliberately stepped out of the music industry.

“With a bit of fierce, I’m currently in the studio preparing good music for my fans. More professionalism this time around,” she emphasised. 

However, Khole could not reveal when her fans would get to enjoy her new music.  During the interview, she   also supported Sands’ statement; ‘Professionalise the music industry’ which he shared last Thursday evening during the MTN SWAMA Awards 2018 launch.  “Music should be professionalised and this is going to happen this year, hence I am bringing a new game.  We as artists need to play our part in boosting the economy of the country,” she said.

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