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Catching up met die Koning van die Suide

Its true that die Suide maak vrede as S-Man re-brands himself bigger, better and matured.

Remember the days when S- Man kept you on your feet dancing to his hit song My Nuwe single? Remember the days where you would be glued to your TV screens waiting for Afro Connection to start just to see your favorite’s music video? And not forgetting those Afrikaans rhymes? Plus you probably had the thought of where S-Man is and what he is doing?

Well, Unwrap.online caught up with the King Of the South and he explains in what he has been up to lately.

S-Man has been on the low for a while now in music game, but unknowingly the King of the South has been extremely busy behind the scenes. He has been focusing on his growth and well-being as a father and a artist, strategizing and putting things together in and around his life. S-man has been performing around the country even though he hasn’t share much of it on his social media accounts, he has confirmed with us that he is working on his yet-to-be-released album entitled Van My Gedagtes.

S-Man is also studying now, persuing a career in sound engeering at College of the Arts. In terms of rebranding as a businessman, S-Man has official launched his apparel brand Suide (waar my hart le) recently and when asked what motivated him to start his own brand, he explained to Unwrap.online that after he dropped his single Mama Suide a couple of weeks ago, the enormous love and support he received mostly from fans from the south, triggered him to come up with Suide (waar my hart le).

“Just the thought that people are still out there appreciating my sound, made me very happy,” he said.

Incase you were wondering, S-Man is still getting booked and is busy despite his schedule that is filled with other priorities that are non music related. He will be performing on 31 May in Keetmanshoop and will be in Luderitz on 8 June. For those coming into the industry, he says education is important and should be paid attention to.

“You should study the industry so you know how it works. Know the right time to put out music and what platforms to use” he concludes.


Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo


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