AN Imbali Unit 1 artist says his dream is to see his music career grow until it reaches international level. Sandile Martin will release his second extended play (EP) titled Feelings on November 1. The EP has 13 songs. Martin, known as “Sandy Martin” in the entertainment industry, said this EP is stands out because it has different music genres including hip hop, trap-soul and afro-deep. “The EP basically expresses different emotions, especially love. Anyone can listen to it. When I was recording it I wanted to communicate a message of love using different genres. “I also hope that it will change peoples lives because all the songs have messages that I am trying to pass on to everyone. I also have a song that is aimed at raising awareness against women and children abuse which is titled Dark Place,” he said. He said he started singing at the age of 13 and he was also a dancer when he was growing up. He said he does not have a specific music genre that he does, but he loves hip hop more. “When I was growing up I loved music and I loved entertaining people. I used to dance at home and at school. One of my friends introduced me to music because he was already an artist the time. I started singing then I never stopped. “I want my music to grow till it reaches the international [stage]. I also want to help the young upcoming artists realise their dreams in the entertainment industry using the knowledge that I have from the past years since I joined the industry.”Martin’s EP will be available at no charge in the first week of release and thereafter will cost R20. You can follow his Facebook page, Sandy Martin, for updates.