The Soil to be brought back to life!

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Acapella group, The Soil is still together.
Acapella group, The Soil is still together.

A CAPPELLA music group, The Soil, promise their fans they will never leave each other’s side.

They are busy with their upcoming album after a six-year absence.

This after the trio decided to focus on solo careers.

They confirmed they are still a happy family.

The group comprising Ntsika Ngxanga, Luphindo Ngxanga and Buhlebendalo Mda is ready to shake things up.

Ntsika told Daily Sun they wanted to be closer to their fans despite their solo careers.

Ntsika, from Soweto, said: “We never parted ways but I must admit, our family of supporters has not heard new music from us in a while. This year, we will reward their patience with the release of our fourth studio album.”

Their last album, Echoes of Kofifi, was released in 2016.XC

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“Being reunited with the group feels good. It is twice as magical to experience the other members’ growth,” he said.

“My solo career has been a dream come true. It’s a matter of time until I announce my international tour. People have been good to me during my national tour.”

Ntsika is super excited that other group members have agreed to be guests at his show taking place at State Theatre on 9 July.

The line-up includes Vusi Nova, Dumza Maswana and Karabo Mathe.

Ntsika will also announce more tour dates. He said they are wrapping up their studio album.

Luphindo said he is grateful they are now going to share their talent with a new sound.

“The feeling is great. It’s been a long time coming. We are excited over our soon-to-be-released album. It reflects our growth and maturity,” he said.

Some of the songs are empowering and enlightening. The singer added that the album spreads messages of unity.

“The album will take the world by storm. Just watch the space,” Luphindo said.

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