In the heart of Botshabelo, Free State, South Africa, a rising Afro-Pop sensation is ready to make his mark on the music scene.
Meet Mario Vybez, an emerging independent artist whose debut single, “Ngiyakuthanda,” is here to captivate Afro-Pop enthusiasts and music lovers worldwide. With infectious rhythms and captivating melodies, Mario is a force to be reckoned with.
“Ngiyakuthanda,” meaning “I Love You” in Zulu, perfectly embodies Mario Vybez’s unique style and undeniable talent for singing and songwriting. It’s a heartfelt testament to his unwavering passion for music and his ability to craft compelling compositions. Guided by infectious Afro-Pop rhythms infused with Mario’s signature flair, the single delivers a powerful and uplifting musical experience.
From the very first note, the irresistible beats and catchy melodies will have audiences grooving along.
As Mario Vybez steps onto the music scene, he brings with him a fresh perspective and a promise of more soul-stirring music to come. “Ngiyakuthanda” invites listeners to embark on a musical journey that promises to captivate hearts and ignite a profound connection through his artistry.
Mario declares that he is incredibly thrilled to release his debut song, “Ngiyakuthanda,” to the public because he has always been passionate about music, and it is a great honor for him to see his creations come to life.
In addition to the single release, Mario Vybez has announced the upcoming release of his EP, featuring a collection of tracks that showcase the depth and versatility of his musical talent. Listeners can anticipate songs like “Woza Friday,” “Bonjo,” “Dali,” “Naledi,” and more, each offering a unique and captivating experience.
“Ngiyakuthanda” has been independently released and distributed, making it accessible for fans to stream and support on all major music platforms.
As Mario Vybez’s star continues to rise, his supporters can subscribe to his YouTube channel and follow him on social media to stay updated on his latest releases, performances, and creative endeavors.
Listen to “Ngiyakuthanda” below.