- The singer was part of the award-winning a capella group, The Soil
- Ntsika quit the group to follow a solo career, which was a life-long dream for him
- He drops a new single, Ding Dong this Friday
The Soil’s Ntiska 'Fana Mayiza' Ngxanga looks back on his choices about launching a solo career.
TshisaLive spoke to the artist on whether he had any regrets, and the star said he would have regretted it if he did not pursue his solo career.
He said: “I would have greatly regretted it if I had not heeded my solo calling, it’s been a long time coming.”
The star said his first single, Awundiya, which features Vusi Nova validated his long-time dream and did a great job of introducing him as a solo artist.
He said his first single introduced people to his sound, the type of musical style they could expect and his most sensitive approach as a songwriter.
Ntsika will release a new single Ding Dong on Friday, 25 January. It is an upbeat love song with an amazing Maskandi influence.
Ntsika said the solo career has been incredible and spiritually uplifting. He said he felt that everything he did thus far was preparing him for this moment, and he is glad that the time has come for the world to experience him as a solo artist.
He added that his focus is a solo album at the moment, however he was happy to have an amazing team that makes it easy for him to continue to perform with The Soil as well as direct music for theatre projects that gets sent his way.
Four months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsika Ngxanga was part of the award-winning a cappella group ,The Soil. He enjoyed his time with them immensely but he soon realised he had a calling to release a solo album. He followed his dream, quite literally. Ntsika says he gets his songs from his dreams.
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