My trip to SA was a success: Andrea the Vocalist

Belinda T Mucheuki

After leaving for South Africa to record a music video with Aubrey Qwana, thirteen-year-old Andrea Sibanda, popularly known as Andrea the Vocalist comes back with feedback.

“Good Morning. It’s been great to be here in South Africa, I managed to do everything I came here for, including recording more than 5 songs, shooting a music video for uHambo with Aubrey Qwana and recording with DJ Maphorisa,” posted Andrea on his facebook page.

He further extended his gratitude to everyone who made his journey a success.

“A big thank you to my management, Tendai Joe and Tokyo Nkanyiso, who worked together with my sponsor, Tinashe Mutarisi for this trip to happen. To my family, team earGROUND for the amazing PR, team JBross Entertainment you welcomed and guided me with so much love, songwriters like Juizee and Botlhare( IdolsSA) you were amazing, the great producer Dobby4040, friends, fellow church members who always pray for me and with us, as well as all my supporters, thank you so much for everything,” added Andrea.

He said his trip to South Africa opened other avenues for him as he was asked by Aubrey Qwana to feature on one of his upcoming songs.

“Big Brother Aubrey Qwana is going to feature me on one of his new songs. He played me the song at the Uhambo music video shoot and I love it,” said Andrea.

“And the good news, I have been booked for the Mpumalanga AfroPop & Jazz Festival #MAPJF2022, which will be in October 2022. So, South Africa, I will be back! Thank you Gossa’s foundation and events who will be funding this trip in October,” added the young talent.

Andrea the Vocalist also met other well-wishers who made his stay in South Africa worthwhile.

“I met a big brother called Malvin, who said he is a big fan of my music and gifted me with some cash. Thank you, Malvin, and thousands of others who support my journey.”

“I also met the CEO of Nelson Mandela Foundation, Mr Sello Hatang who said he was excited to meet me, and offered me a tour of President Nelson Mandela’s former house, now called Sanctuary Mandela,” added Andrea

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