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PRINCESS SIKHANYISO OFFERS TOTI L.A DEAL

By Phetsile Mamba | 2019-05-15

MINISTER of Information, Communication and Technology Princess Sikhanyiso has promised trio group Toti a Los Angeles deal.

This was revealed by Secretary to Cabinet Mbuso Dlamini, who was the MC during the Eswatini Strategic Roadmap 2019-2023 launch held at Royal Swazi Spa Convention Centre on Monday.

After Toti’s performance, the MC mounted the stage and said the minister was impressed by the trio, so much that she would like to send them to Los Angeles, United States of America, to record their album.

 Buhlobo Nhlabatsi, a member of the group,  said they were yet to meet the minister to discuss the deal in details.

 “As Toti, we would first like to thank the minister for giving us the opportunity and appreciating our talent. We had prepared really well for the performance; little did we know that we would deliver a set that would open such doors for us,” said Nhlabatsi.

“We also thank the organisers of the event for the invitation to perform and appreciate everyone who enjoyed our performance on the day,” he said.

 Nhlabatsi added that they were humbled and honoured by the gesture shown by Princess Sikhanyiso.

“We have been singing together since 2009, and nothing would satisfy us more than securing a recording deal. Our fans have been asking for it and now we humbly wait for an arranged formal meeting with the minister as to where to from here,” Nhlabatsi added.

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