By Trevor Makonyonga
The music factory that produced Tangai Bhawa, Mnandi Records has released a new Amapiano song called “Keep Vibing” which is set to be distributed starting from on February 1.
Being a party song, the piece of art is about people who are out as a couple having drinks and are generally having a good time and they are hoping to keep having good vibes.
It is the catchy melody of the song and the female vocalist’s on point high notes which make the song an easy would be sing along.
Asked to comment about the piece artist, Sylvester “Sly Mnandi” Chitsvatsva said that the song marks a new season for his stable as he intends to churn out many projects this year.
“This year we intend to solidify our spot and produce and release many tracks. “Keep Vibing” is the first Amapiano track we are releasing and we hope to keep doing that in the coming future and beyond.”
Sly also talked about other projects which he is working on and those that he has released so far in the year.
“So far we have released the King Chris Riddim which is now circulating both in the streets and playing on air. We are working on many projects together with Bishop Mockery (formerly DJ Mockery) and this year a lot of good music will come out of Norton. We have new artists we are working with and one of the biggest vocalists on the land Don Carnage is also working on new projects with us. In Norton, we have a lot of talent yet to blow up and I am privileged to be working with most of them. It is going to be a big year,” he said.
Bishop Mockery also talked about how they wish to keep working with the youth and keep churning out hits.
“Our ghetto has massive talent and we will keep pushing the youths to produce good music. We will release good music and hits God willing. Our main wish is to give people good music and as such we will keep working towards achieving that,” said Mockery.
The song Keep Vibing can be accessed on YouTube and on all Mnandi social media platforms. Their handle for all social media is mnandi_zw.