Renowned afro pop artist Vusi Nova is celebrating ten years in the game is style.
Recently, he unveiled his latest venture, Nova Sounds, a record label signaling his departure from the long-standing partnership with Muthaland Entertainment.
This transition holds particular significance for Nova, reflecting his unwavering commitment to nurturing creativity and amplifying the voices of talented artists across diverse genres.
According to a statement, Nova Sounds aims to be a catalyst for artistic growth, providing a platform for artists to thrive, express their distinct musical identities, and connect with global audiences.
The label’s inclusive approach encompasses multiple music genres, fostering a creative environment where musicians can flourish. Notably, Nova Sounds has already welcomed several emerging and established artists into its arms. Among them are 047, an Afropop trio hailing from the Eastern Cape, acclaimed for their hit single “Ubuhle,” and Kwanda, a former “Idols SA” contestant poised to leave his imprint on the Afropop genre.
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