Gospel muso in Crossroads

2016-03-03 06:00
 Singer M-Siya is ready to worship at the Ebenezeer Gospel Show in Crossroads on the weekend.  PHOTO: supplied

Singer M-Siya is ready to worship at the Ebenezeer Gospel Show in Crossroads on the weekend. PHOTO: supplied

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Worshippers can expect a spiritual revival this weekend as promised by gospel star M-Siya who will be performing at the Ebenezer Gospel Show on Satuday 5 March.

The show will hosted by Sebe Events at the Old Crossroads Library Hall and will feature worshippers in song the likes of Xolisa Kwinana, EBMQ, Pastor Mfundo Tywaku and Lufefe Mdladlamba.

Siyabulela Maawu, better known as M-Siya, whose 2015 hit single Amanxeba catapulted him to the top of the industry, says he wants the event to be a reawakening of the spirit of believers.

“Many people have not had the best start to the year. People have been retrenched, some did not manage to pass matric and have faced other difficult situations. We would like them to leave rejuvenated when they step out because we know how tough things can be,” he said.

He said that they also want to use the event to thank God for the blessings and the strength he has given many of his followers including him.

“You know many people have tried things and they have failed. I too have not managed to make the successes that I had planned.

Last year my song Amanxeba was nominated Crown Gospel Awards Song of the year but I didn’t win. I did not despair or question my ability.

This is the result of the strength given by God and many people have gone through the same situation,” testified M-Siya.

The singer promised his ever enthralling performance for his fans.

“You know a lot of people do not know that I am also a pastor, a man of worship, they know me as the gospel singer that does the Nae Nae on stage. On the day I will bring a strong worship which will strengthen the belief of my fellow worshippers,’” said M-Siya.

He told City Vision that his 2015 album Amanxeba was doing well and he will not be releasing a new album this year but will at a later stage release a DVD of the album.

He thanked his Cape Town based fans saying that it was them that managed to make his single popular.

The people here received me warmly and it was because of their buzz that it managed to be a popular song across the country.

The show will begin at 14:00 and tickets are available at Computicket for R100.

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