Amapiano duo The Majestiez, drop latest single, ‘Ndivile’

Amapiano duo The Majestiez, drop latest single, ‘Ndivile’

The Majestiez is a dynamic duo consisting of Sizwe Radebe and Mandlakayise Junior Ngwenya, also known as Jazzmonk. The talented duo hails from Vosloorus, in the east of Johannesburg, and was started in 2015 when the lads would hang around between school breaks. Their soothing voices and melodic sounds form a symphony of storytelling through song. The Majestiez have a unique sound, and they are a versatile group that offers songs ranging from gospel to amapiano and acapella. Having collaborated with renowned figures in the amapiano genre, this duo has not only set the tone but also solidified their significant contribution to the South African music scene.

With the success of their previous single, ‘Umshado’, which received radio play on major stations and is a firm favorite on dance floors across the country, they are proud to announce the release of their much-anticipated follow-up single, ‘Ndivile,’ featuring the dynamic collaboration of Mr. Gun and Nigerian artist Jazzy King Kong. This track showcases the production prowess of Ntokzin and Moscow on Keys, promising an unforgettable musical experience. After unveiling three singles last year, The Majestiez unleashed another electrifying track infused with Nigerian elements.

This song draws inspiration from the ongoing dispute between South Africa and Nigerian over the ownership of the amapiano genre, highlighting the missed opportunity for collaboration and the potential to create groundbreaking music that transcends boundaries. Ndivile (I’ve been hurt several times) is a heartfelt Amapiano Xhosa and Nigerian pidgin English song that delves into the experience of anguish and betrayal. With soulful melodies and rhythmic beats, the song narrates a personal journey of enduring pain inflicted by trusted ones.

The lyrics intricately express the emotional turmoil and resilience of the characters. ‘Ndivile’ is a powerful anthem for those who have experienced personal pain, amplifying their voice and reminding them that they are not alone in their struggles. The single is available on all major streaming platforms.

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