Every music group has a member that stands a little taller, sings a little louder, and stands out a little more than the rest. It seems that Ntsika Ngxanga feels he is that person for the popular a cappella group The Soil.
Ntsika is a talented song writer and singer and part of the very successful a cappella group The Soil. According to him, he's the most important part of the group.
Ever since he released music on his own, rumours have surfaced that Ntsika is leaving the group for good.
However, he quickly silenced the loose tongues, saying he'd never leave the group because he's the pillar of The Soil.
I will never leave The Soil, I am the pillar of that group.
There are those that say Ntsika was being arrogant and cocky, but others agree with him or think he's just appreciating his own value.
The singer did describe his fellow Soil members 'amazing group members', so it's not like he's saying they'd suck without him.
However, Ntsika continued sounding 'arrogant', as he called himself a 'legendary singer'.
You are looking at the younger version of Jabu Khanyile.
Runours of Ntsika's departure from the soil comes from his solo album, I Write What I Dream.
Briefly reported earlier that Ntsika dropped his first single, Awundiva, with Vusi Nova. His album will be released early in 2019.
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