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Mai Tt Engages Sandra Ndebele

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By Ruvarashe Dhliwayo

 

Comedianne cum musician Felistars ‘Mai Tt’ Murata-Maphosa is in the studio working on a collaboration with Bulawayo based Queen of Dance Sandra Ndebele-Sibindi.

 

 

 

 

Mai Tt posted about the impending project on her Facebook page.

 

 

“Harare and Bulawayo, are you ready Mai Tt lo Sandra Ndebele,” posted the recently wedded Mai Tt.
The two, Mai Tt and Sandy as she is affectionately known by her legion of fans, are not new to the music industry having been a feature on the local music scene for some time and boasting of a sizeable following.

 

The two stars have done successful collaborations with fellow local artists in the past.
Mai Tt who has an album titled Rise has worked with Baba Harare on a song.

 

 

On the other hand, Sandy has collaborated with artists including urban grooves sensation Nox and HKD boss Freeman.

 

 

 

Mai Tt made her name on the social scene as a comedianne having done a number of skits posted on her social media pages.

 

 

 

For comedy, Mai Tt has worked with fellow comediannes including Tyra Madam Boss Chikoto and the Bustop female duo Gonyeti and Maggie.

 

 

 

As for Sandy, she made her name when she entered the music scene as a member of the Bulawayo based dance troupe Iyasa which she later left and embarked on a solo career.

 

 

She released her 10-track debut solo album, Tshaya Tshaya in February 2003.

 

 

In the same year of the release, she was nominated in three categories in the inaugural Zimbabwe Music Awards (ZIMA). Sandy’s arrival on the scene was emphatic to the extent of being nominated in the same category with Alick Macheso and the late Oliver Mtukudzi for the Best Live Act award at Zimbabwe Music Awards.

 

She was nominated in the Most Promising Artiste, Best Female and BestUrban Grooves (Female) Award category.

 

 

 

Both Mai Tt and Sandy have worked with ZANU PF as advocates for women empowerment.

Robert Tapfumaneyi