Speedy Denies Being Broke, Gets Ready to Make Music Comeback

Speedy Denies Being Broke, Gets Ready to Make Music Comeback

- South African veteran musician Speedy has announced that he will be making a comeback

- The legendary musician denied that being broke was the motivation behind his abrupt return to the music industry

- Speedy has been working on an album that he will be dropping soon which features Nhlanhla Nciza and Ishmael

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South African musician Speedy is set to make a comeback after a lengthy absence from the music industry. Speaking to The Daily Sun, Speedy acknowledged that most people thought his comeback was motivated by financial constraints.

Speedy denies being broke, gets ready to make music comeback
Speedy has denied being broke and will be making a music comeback. Image: @speedymusic
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“People think I’m back because I’m broke, I’m not broke,” he told the publication.

Speedy has been in between South Africa and the US, splitting his time equally between both countries.

He has also been very busy during his silence from the industry. The muso revealed that he was working on getting the legendary group Bongo Muffin back together. The 35-year-old has also been working on an album which will reportedly feature Ishmael and Nhlanhla Nciza.

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Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that award-winning songstress Nhlanhla Nciza is beaming with pride as her son follows in her musical footsteps. As a parent, all you want for your child is stability, growth and passion, and when you see it come together, it is a magical moment for sure.

Briefly News learnt that Nhlanhla’s son Nkule had decided to take on the musician life and become a rapper. He took to social media to announce that his first solo track Come Alive just debuted on the radio.

Nhlanhla is a super-talented singer who has wowed Mzansi with her vocals for some time now, and it seems like a rite of passage that her son chose music too. Having just finished school, Nkule made the decision to pursue his dreams of becoming a rapper and recently dropped his first single.

Going with the stage name Ciza, Nkule has formed his own identity and hopes to make it on his own talent, not his parents' fame – but it definitely helps.

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Taking to social media with the utmost pride, Nhlanhla shared the big news and expressed what a great job her boy has done on this single. One proud momma right here!

"I'm a proud momma, my son's hit single dropped on the radio today and its flames."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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