Ntsika Ngxanga had been a member of award-winning Acapella group, The Soil, alongside the likes of Buhlebendalo “Soil Sister” Mda, Luphindo “Master P” Ngxanga and Theo “Songstress” Matshoba
However, with his own dreams of a solo project, Ntsika had broken away from the group and announced plans to release a body of work with the commission of the single “Awundiva” in September, 2018.
With a feature of Vusi Nova, Ntsika simply launched a new phase of an exciting career as well as proved a latest addition to a competitive South African music industry.
Well, the streak is now further extended as Ntsika makes magic of his “I Write What I Dream Album” and the story behind the project of musical art is simply phenomenal.
The singer sites influences of his grandfather, who he had been dreaming about as the driving force behind his recent career moves and decision.
“I didn’t wake up one morning and say, ‘I want a solo career’. From last year, June 2017, I began dreaming about me and my grandfather, Tat’umkhulu Mayiza. It was just both of us in the dream, not saying nothing to each other and when I woke up, I would hear a song that was playing in the dream and I would quickly write it,” he told TshisaLIVE recently.
Reason why the 14 track “I Write What I Dream Album” packs influences bothering on the spiritual, family and love.
On the “I Write What I Dream Album,” Ntsika got the support of two acts alone in Vusi Nova and Lebo Sekgobela; lending further credence to the abundance of talent, craft and artistry that he packs.
With the golden sounds, the deep vocal delivery, the superb production as well as the powerful content, this creation of Ntsika seems primed for a world of success.
However, there is only one way to find out – simply cop a dose, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
2. Fana Mayiza
4. Ding Dong
5. Awundiva (feat. Vusi Nova)
9. Siyakudumisa Bawo (feat. Lebo Sekgobela)
11. Vanilla Flavored Clouds
12. Uchigara Mweya Wangu
13. Wela Umfula