Ecowater will just make you feel good after sweating it out on stage with Phathwakahle

by Magman
(Swaziland)

Original Text: Ecowater will just make you feel good after sweating it out on stage with Phathwakahle


Famously known for the song kukhona okuzokwenzeka which can be loosely translated “something is about to ensue”, the SWSC lab technician Phathwakahle Mabuza, has released yet another breath taking album titled akezeli akalali (He does not slumber nor sleep).
“This is my third album with a different presentation altogether, full of energy and dancing for the Lord; it just keeps you on the toes,” said Mabuza.
According to her, the title of the album is taken from Psalms 124 verse 4 where it says had the Lord been not with us “the flood would have engulfed us and the torrent would have swept over us.”
“The Album is a ten- track album with bonus songs. All the songs are original except for one and they are inspired by the word of God.”
Mabuza said in as much as there were some challenges in her mission of spreading the word of God through music, by God’s grace and knowing what she has been called up for, she has been able to persevere all the way through those challenges.
“As children of God we have been called and since we are the light of the world, we can spread the word of God through music for the reason that we have been commissioned. I would also like to thank all my supporters for their tremendous support because without them I would not have been able to be where I am today. I urge them to continue supporting me by buying this album and get to experience Phathwakahle on stage. It will be a life changing experience.”
The album is now available at Mgavuza record bar, Christian Media Centre and at Lucky Save amongst other selected outlets.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Revised Text:

Famously known for the song "Kukhona Okuzokwenzeka", which can be loosely translated as “something is about to ensue”, the SWSC lab technician Phathwakahle Mabuza has released yet another breath-taking album titled "Akezeli Akalali" (He does not slumber nor sleep).

“This is my third album, with a different presentation altogether, full of energy and dancing for the Lord. It just keeps you on the toes,” said Mabuza.

According to her, the title of the album is taken from Psalms 124, verse 4, where it says had the Lord not been with us, “the flood would have engulfed us and the torrent would have swept over us.”

“The Album is a ten-track album, with bonus songs. All the songs are original except for one, and they are inspired by the word of God.”
Mabuza said, in as much as there were some challenges in her mission of spreading the word of God through music, by God’s grace and knowing what she has been called up for, she has been able to persevere all the way through those challenges.

“As children of God we have been called, and since we are the light of the world, we can spread the word of God through music for the reason that we have been commissioned. I would also like to thank all my supporters for their tremendous support, because without them I would not have been able to be where I am today. I urge them to continue supporting me by buying this album and get to experience Phathwakahle on stage. It will be a life changing experience.”

The album is now available at the Mgavuza record bar, Christian Media Centre and at Lucky Save, amongst other selected outlets.

Editor:

1. Please review the text carefully to ensure your intended meaning was not mistakenly changed.

2. Before you leave this page, please take a moment to use the "Click here to post comments." link at the bottom of the page to rate the proofreading and leave a comment if you wish.


Proofreading and editing pages that receive ratings and comments are moved to the top of the list.

Click here to post comments

Return to Free Proofreading.