‘Amandla’ is a song of praise and power

2017-09-07 06:01
Anele Sabani released his single, Amandla endumiso

Anele Sabani released his single, Amandla endumiso

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Anele Sabani has released a single track titled “Amandla endumiso” which is making waves in radio stations across the country and the full album is set to hit shelves next month.

Sabani is the owner of the musical artist management company called Avee Connection PR and co-founder of Veectory Music Production.

Sabani’ first foray into the music industry was with the release of an album titled “Sembathiswe ngamandla” in 2013. Unfortunately it never tasted success, but that did not deter him from pursuing his dream of becoming a gospel artist.

“The album did not do well due to lack of resources. I then decided to take a break and focus on my studies instead,” he added.

He was then discovered by Vuyisa and Vuyisani Sholo, with whom he now co-owns the Veectory Music Production house.

Although his career hit a snag with the news that he’d developed a brain tumour and was told that he’d never be in a normal mental state of mind again, he sai: “but I was healed through God’s grace and power.”

He is now a third year student at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) doing a diploma in Event Management.

Sabani is a gospel promoter and publicist and he works with other gospel artists now, marketing and promoting their craft.

Some of the artists that he works with are Butho and Yolanda Vuthela, Betusile and Lusanda Mcinga, Khanyisa and Sabuka.

He was born and bred in Port Elizabeth, where he was raised by his grandmother, who taught him the values of believing in God, which resulted in him becoming a born again and a member of Assemblies of God Movement.

The single is out and available.

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