Ngcweti Ncwane Steps Into His Father’s Footsteps As He Signs Under Mom Ayanda Ncwane

His dedication and passion for music led him to record his professional debut album, Makadunyiswe, in 2001. Produced by Tshepo Ndzimande and released under Bula Music, the album became a soaring success, catapulting Sifiso Ncwane into the spotlight.

Ngcweti Ncwane Steps Into His Father's Footsteps As He Signs Under Mom Ayanda Ncwane-TSZ Mzansi
Ngcweti Ncwane Steps Into His Father's Footsteps As He Signs Under Mom Ayanda Ncwane

They say talent runs in the blood, and in the case of the Ncwane family, it couldn’t be truer. Late gospel icon Sifiso Ncwane left behind a musical legacy that continues to inspire and touch the hearts of many.

His son, Ngcweti Ncwane, recently followed in his father’s footsteps and released his own music under the alias, Mak.

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Ngweti’s mother and gospel podcaster, Ayanda Ncwane, proudly announced the news of her son’s first project. “Today marks one of the most important days in my career as a Music Executive,” she says. “Mak, you know him as Ngcweti Ncwane, now Mak Ncwane, is the first non-gospel artist to be released under Ncwane Communications.”

The release of Mak’s EP is a significant moment for the Ncwane family and the music industry as a whole. It signifies the passing of the baton from father to son, carrying on the musical legacy that Sifiso Ncwane left behind.

Born in Mthwalume, Sifiso Ncwane discovered his passion for music at a young age. Raised by his aunt after his mother was unable to care for him, Sifiso’s talent for singing was discovered by the local church.

He began singing isicathamiya and gospel songs, showcasing his natural talent and ability to play multiple instruments without any formal training.

His dedication and passion for music led him to record his professional debut album, Makadunyiswe, in 2001. Produced by Tshepo Ndzimande and released under Bula Music, the album became a soaring success, catapulting Sifiso Ncwane into the spotlight.

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Now, his son Ngcweti Ncwane, also known as Mak, is ready to make his mark in the music industry. With the support and guidance of his mother, Ayanda Ncwane, Mak has embarked on his musical journey, showcasing his unique sound and style.

Ayanda Ncwane couldn’t be prouder of her son’s achievements. She took to social media to share the news of Mak’s EP release, stating, “All we can say is that the baton has been officially released from the father to the son! Mak’s EP is officially out today on all platforms.”

As Ngcweti Ncwane steps into his father’s footsteps, he carries with him not only the musical talent but also the values and principles instilled in him by Sifiso Ncwane. The Ncwane family’s legacy lives on through Mak’s music, touching the hearts of listeners and continuing to inspire.

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