IMPRESSIVE kwaito singer whose stage title is Sixer Vundakan revealed this week that he’s engaged on new music and worldwide collaborations as he needs to penetrate the African market.
Sixer, whose actual title is Rikius Haimbondi, acquired uncovered to the music limelight when he featured the proficient kwaito star Exit on the music ‘Onhingo’ that left kwaito followers in awe in 2018.
The singer stated he’s engaged on the brand new initiatives. “These huge initiatives will take followers and different music lovers by storm,” Sixer stated. The self-proclaimed Endola Most interesting deliberate releasing a single this month, complemented by a music video.
The one, entitled Epoto (Pot), talks about followers demanding extra of his new music.
The one can be a foretaste of what to anticipate on his upcoming but untitled 2021 album.
“I’m working very laborious to achieve the highest, to verify my music profession stays on the prime,” says Sixer. “I may also be dropping extra music movies… as I’m busy with collaborations with varied artists from nations resembling Botswana and South Africa,” he stated, including that he needs to work with totally different artists to provide his followers one of the best of his music.
RISE TO STARDOM
Sixer Vundakan rose to fame three years in the past with songs ‘Kotoka’ and ‘Onhingo’. The songs had been a part of his first album titled ‘The Starting of My Kingdom’ which launched him to the native music scene.
He additionally launched an18-track second studio album, ‘Omxupi Alya’ombe’on the finish of final 12 months. It means the unimaginable has grow to be the potential. The album, produced by Philz Okay, M Jay, and Andrew on the Beat, featured varied native artists resembling D-Kandjafa, Locosounds, Makilla, DJ Vuyo, Neslow, and Dizzo.
He titled his earlier album ‘Omxupi Alyaómbe’ after realising the state of affairs is altering every single day, and what individuals use to see prior to now is now totally different. “This implies the unimaginable is turning into potential, and dangerous issues are turning good,” he stated.
On the album, one can discover good melodies of kwaito and Afro-pop, particularly on Observe 3 on Omxupi Aly’ombe. Apa, observe 5, on the album that includes Makilla and D Kandjafa, emphasises teamwork and collaboration. “Teamwork is required to realize our targets and combat any battle on this world,” defined Sixer.
One other hit on the album is ‘Andaaluka’ (I’m coming again), which talks about laborious work and dedication. Sixer additionally launched a music video of Apa on YouTube shot by Prime Class.
“The journey continues to be lengthy, and my ambition is to work and push to the highest. For now, I’m keen to work with anyone who’s doing nicely within the music trade,” he ended.