The trio of Saint, Malceba and Black Nina has described its tour of South Africa was a success and has opened numerous doors for the promotion of their careers.
In an interview on their return, the trio, which has been on tour for the past three weeks, said the trip gave them a lifetime opportunity as artists.
Saint, real name Yamikani Chikwawe, said they are likely to work with music distribution outlets in the Rainbow Nation to handle their music that side.
“The tour was a success. People appreciated our music and we gave out exhilarating performances. The best part is that some music distribution outlets are interested to work with us in future,” he said.
But the Delilah hitmaker said it is premature to divulge more details on the ongoing developments pertaining to the deals with such outlets.
He, however, said a conclusion of their discussions will be made available as soon as possible.
On their performances Chikwawe said: “The turn-out was great, the audience was amazing and the feedback was even better. I was left encouraged.”
“In fact, the tour has given us food for thought regarding music as a career. We have seen how our colleagues are recording, distributing and organising shows. We are also grateful that Malawians, Nigerians, Zimbabweans and South Africans came out in a good numbers to support us.”
He said that all the CDs that they had with them were sold out to the fans during the shows.
On his part, Black Nina said his experience in South Africa was amazing.
“We are taking urban music to another level and at the same time creating a way for fellow artists to penetrate beyond the borders,” he wrote on his Facebook page.
Said the artist: “It was a privilege and we feel honoured by the presence of many nationalities during the shows.”
One of the patrons at the shows, Peter Kaiyatsa, said the artists gave out a stunning performance. The artists performed at Cafe de Oasis in Rosettenvile, Club Africa in Benoni, and Ekwendeni Club in Cosmo City, among other places.