Abathandwa remembers the late gospel singer, Sfiso Ncwane’s word of encouragement. The gospel group which have taken the music industry by storm are following the footsteps of their late idol and mentor Sfiso Ncwane’s footsteps. The group from KZN, was formed in 2007. Abathandwa took to Instagram to share the wise words they have received from him when he was alive.
The Umoya Wami’s hitmakers wrote: “One Super Star once said, Work hard my boys and respect music, respect your fans, respect media, worry less and enjoy music because music is life . Abathandwa shared that they are proud to say they are doing exactly that. They said they working on couple of singles and they ask him for his blessings.
The group said people must support their music. Ayanda Ncwane commented: “You were carefully selected and chosen by the man who was extremely gifted and ugcobo lwakhe is amongst you each day.
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