South African singer Ndivhudzannyi “Makhadzi” Ralivhona (27) has unleashed new talent after partying ways with Open Mic productions.
Fortunator said he is happy at his new home.
The musician released his latest project under the label after working with Makhadzi on several projects.
The 25-year-old, whose real name is Fortune Nemutanzhela, told the publication that he feels blessed and happy to be under Makhadzi’s wings.
Fortunator from Venda in Limpopo released his latest EP, Mvulatswinga (meaning the beginning).
“It is special for me. The fact that it is the first project to be released for the first time under Makhadzi Entertainment,” he said.
The EP was released on Friday, 18 August.
The release boasts collaborations from Makhadzi, DJ Gun-Do, Lioness Ratang, Pross Boy, Batondy and others.
Fortunator said he would perform his latest releases across the country with Makhadzi.
“I’m grateful for the love and support from the label.
“I’m saying to my people do enjoy this project,” he said.
Fortunator said he couldn’t wait to meet up with his fans.
He said there is more music that he will be releasing soon.
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