Ndolwane Suypersounds core members have finally accepted the plea from their fans to release a song together if they receive a sponsor who is willing to cover the expenses.
Martin Sibanda of Ndolwane Supersounds has taken to his Facebook platform, posting his picture where he was with Charles Ndebele at Hillbrow Theatre 4 June 2022.
“We have heard your plea for us to have a song or songs together, but for me music is a business if the product is in high demand, I will consider stocking it, so how much are sponsors or fans willing to put down for this plea?” said Sibanda.
For many years since the Ndolwane Supersounds big two parted their ways, their fans have been appealing to them to unite or release a song together to retain the glory of the original band.
Since Martin Sibanda and Charles Ndebele, both of Ndolwane Supersounds separated, with the former forming his band Martin Sibanda and Ndolwane Supersounds and the latter forming Ndolwane Supersounds (Amangwe Productions) their fans had been appealing to them to release a song together if not an album.
Ndebele had invited his former friend to Hillbrow Theatre on 4 June where he performed with Dubia Masters and Insimbi zeZhwane.
The fans were heard complaining in the back ground when Sibanda and Ndebele shared the stage wondering why they could not bury their differences and bring back the original Ndolwane.
Ndebele and Sibanda said they were not only just team members but blood relatives.
“Martin is my younger brother, that is why every time when I call him, he comes running, he knows I’m his brother,” said Ndebele on stage during their performance on 4 June.