Kwaito star Nkosinathi Zwane better known as Mzambiya has entered the music industry at a very tender age, and is one who managed to use his money wisely. The child star appeared to have managed his finances well over the years as others are reported to have gone broke with years of been in the limelight.
His interviews with Rams Mabote on Metro FM shed a light about him planning a come back to the spotlight. “I think I’ve made over R14-million,” he said.
The Wawungakanani hit-maker speaks about the age and appears to speak directly at the youth who must make a sound financial decisions. He said a lot of money was lost through the contracts he signed with record labels and music video producers who would give him “certain percentages” from the work.
One would conclude that Mzambiya has learnt a lesson that can help all those who aspire to enter MUSIC industry, as there is too much ripping-offs and complications with regard to the contracts that people are coerced into signing.
The music industry is really complicated and people really need to be careful when signing contracts with the producers. He advised that aspiring musicians must understand that contracts and recording deals can be complicated at times.
The kwaito artist said he’s now in a better place financially and gave credit to God and people who have guided him over the years.
Mzambiya was recently reunited with the guys at Bull Dawgs records who discovered him in 1998 and is currently working on another collaboration with Msawawa. Their song is called iMoto Ka Shukela.
Listen to rest of the interview below: