Exmile to stage ‘goodbye’ show

BULAWAYO’S most gifted vocalist, Xolani Ndlovu, aka Exmile, is relocating to South Africa in search of greener pastures in music. Exmile last year released an Afro-jazz album Bangaxabani.

SHARON SIBINDI
Own Correspondent

Information obtained by Southern Eye yesterday indicated the musician has lined up a “good bye show” slatted for March 29.

“This will be the most professional event Bulawayo has ever had before. I’m doing an acoustic night show to showcase the actual talent hidden in digital instruments. This will be a farewell show as l will be leaving for South Africa to do my music there,” the ambitious artiste said.

Exmile’s would also feature some Bulawayo artistes such as Conquerors 7, Antivirus, Devon Clarke, Mimie and Quan Fire.

The young artiste has rubbed shoulders with some of the country’s most popular musicians like Oliver Mtukudzi and has worked with Willis Wattafi, Family voices, Zimpraise and many more. He has represented Zimbabwe in the East African Idols competition in Kenya and has been voted one of CBZ A-Academy’s top-five musicians.

Exmile thanked his fans for all the support that they have given him.

“I say thank you so much. My fans are not just my fans, they are my friends and have been with me in each step of the way,” he added.

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