The Muffinz on “One Night in Africa” concert

By Drum Digital
04 November 2014

We catch up with The Muffinz’s guitarist, Simphiwe Kulla, to chat about the event happening at the Big Top Arena, Carnival City on the 1st November 2014.

By: Mpho Tshikhudo 

We catch up with The Muffinz’s guitarist, Simphiwe Kulla, to chat about the event happening at the Big Top Arena, Carnival City on the 1st November 2014.

 1. You recently played the US. What was that like?

Playing in the US was a different experience. Playing music anywhere that isn't your home ground will always be a different experience. With all that said, playing at the Apollo was great, and naturally it required more from us as musicians and performers. We've learnt a lot from it.

2. What does the One Night in Africa” show mean to you?

This show means a lot to us because it's a celebration of South African talent. It’s a celebration of our music and culture. We need to inspire our own, and such shows are doing just that.

3. Can you tell us a bit about the set you’ve prepared for the show? What can the fans expect?

The set that we have prepared for the show is an exciting one. We love being African and we love being black so we are going to show that in our set. We will also be performing some new songs so people can look out for that.

4. What does it feel like to be on the same bill with legends such as Oliver Mtukudzi and Ladysmith Black Mambazo?

To be on the same bill as these artists is an honour. Oliver Mtukudzi has countless albums and has been in the industry for years. Same goes for Lady Smith Black Mambazo, the group is highly acclaimed and to be sharing a stage with them is humbling.

5. You need to come watch us at “One Night in Africa” because....

Because The Muffinz Rule The World! #haveyouheard

6. What’s next?

We are finalizing our sophomore album. So that should be coming out in the next coming months. Our #dowhatyoulove will also be available in the next coming weeks so look out for that.

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