Singer and songwriter Soulful G has released a new single, Buyisa.
Souflul G, whose real name is Gugu Bikani, features Soa Mattrix and Sir Trill in her new track.
She became known after she was featured on Soa Mattrix’s song, uThando.
Speaking to SunBuzz, she said: “Buyisa is about rough times in a relationship.
“I wrote it in dedication to a friend of mine who was going through difficulties with her man.
“I imagined myself in her situation and the lyrics started flowing.”
The Soweto-born musician said working on the song was amazing.
“On the song, I drew inspiration from one of my favourite house vocalists, Mpumi Mzobe,” she said.
“I worked with two talented individuals, who made everything seem like a walk in the park.
“I had to dig deep and let out the emotions.
“I hope people will relate to the song when they hear the message in it.”
The 24-year-old said she’s also working on releasing more music.
“This year I’m hoping to release an album,” she said.
“But before I do that I’m going to release an EP in February titled uThando Appreciation, and people can expect many hits from the EP. I’m not here to play but to deliver.
“This will be a token of my appreciation to those who’ve supported uThando and made it as big as it was.
“Without their support we wouldn’t have reached milestones.”
The singer, who studied music at the National School of the Arts, said her big break has taught her a lot.
“I’ve been in the music game for about six years, but I believe uThando was my big break,” said Souflul G.
“It has changed my life and opened more doors for me. I got to learn more about the industry and got a better understanding of it.
“I learned a lot about self-discipline, and I want to launch my own brand of sunglasses as I have created a name for myself.”
Buyisa is available on all digital platforms.
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