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By Nomfundo Sifundza | 2018-04-17

SWAZI songbird Amanda Mo was on SABC 2’s Morning Live on Sunday.

Interviewed by yet again another Swazi named Simphiwe Ncongwane, Amanda Mo bore out her soul on the show and revealed she will be releasing her album in less than two months.

The singer will be releasing her debut album as an Icon PB signee.

Icon PB is a Swazi owned yet Durban based record label. Amanda Mo is signed under the same stable as her producer Subjamz, producer of the biggest song on radio ‘Tigi.’ Ncongwane interviewed Amanda Mo on her popular single these days ‘Uwami’ and also her love for music which she said dates back to when she was a toddler. “Even before I learnt how to speak properly my mom tells me I started singing at three years old so it is something that I passionately love,” she said.

However, the inquisitive Ncongwane wanted to find out how and what basically inspires her to write songs.

“Well writing songs is the easiest thing; I do not really have to try. It absolutely just comes to me music and lyrics, it is like someone is singing it to me,” she laughed.

Amanda Mo, just like any other proud Swazi, sings in her native language and as she said on the show; “no one else can do me better than me,” her sound is unique.

Looking stunning in a striped crop top and matching high waist pants, the songstress then performed her song ‘Uwami’ to close  the show in Swazi inspired fashion. It is this way of shutting down the show that had the head of Morning Live bobbing his head to the singer’s soulful music which Amanda says she was humbled by. “It feels great; they get to hear amazing music from artists from all walks of life so the bar is high. That type of genuine appreciation especially form the head of the show lets me know I am on the right track,” she said.

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