By Staff writer
South Africa based musician – Nhlanhla Sibanda – popularly known as MuDealer, says he will not let the Covid-19 pandemic derail his progress in the music industry as he is set to release his third album titled ‘Bhera’.
MuDealer who has been in the music industry since 2010 has been keeping himself busy in the studio over the years producing hit songs.
Speaking from his base in South Africa, MuDealer said he has big plans for the year 2021 which he believes will enhance his name in the music industry.
“I have been in the industry for a while now and I feel this is my year and I am gonna make a breakthrough. I have learned a lot since I first released my first album in 2017, so now I have confidence that 2021 will be my year to shine,” he said.
As musicians from this side of the border are crying that their careers have been severely affected by the global pandemic Covid-19, MuDealer has urged them to be creative and use other forms of marketing their works so they can reach their fans and make money.
He said, “We are now in a digital era where we should use different digital platforms to market our works. As musicians, our revenue streams are now limited so we have to use different digital platforms to market our works. That is the only way to make money nowadays.
“We just have to be creative in how we conduct our business because we are now in a new age,” he said.