Ndolwane Super Sounds put up a spirited performance when they launched an album at Cape to Cairo Restaurant on Saturday afternoon.
Group leader, Charles Ndebele told NewsDay people in Matabeleland should brace themselves for more shows to come from the rhumba group based in South Africa.
“Our manager is working on modalities to have us stage more shows this year,” said Ndebele.
Ndolwane are popular for their long-playing tracks and music fused with chants and advice on general issues.
The group performed four songs on Saturday at Cape to Cairo — a performance which Ndebele said was just “a sample of our music”.
He told his fans gathered at the venue that the group would stage a “massive gig” soon.
Ndebele got a standing ovation for his energetic performance, made even more interesting by his two dancers. The group performed songs from their latest offering Azibuye Emasisweni.
Other musicians such as Chase Skuza, Jeys Marabini and Ndux Malax (Jr) were supporting him.
“I would like to tell Ndebele that we are fully behind him,” said Skuza.
“He told us he wants to go it alone and we said that as musicians we will always rally behind him.”
Ndebele said promoters had approached the group after the performance and said they would like to see them staging shows with other local acts.