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Top Billing: Harmony Katulondi Joins The Presenter Family

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We’ve been having ample fun introducing the fresh faces who have joined the SABC 3 presenter line-up following their impressive performances on Presenter Search on 3. It’s refreshing to see the industry’s infamously hardened doors open up to new and exciting personalities.

Harmony Katulondi Top Billing

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Today we are turning our focus to Harmony Katulondi, who is one of the few new additions who wooed judges Patience Stevens, DJ Fresh, Sbusiso Kumalo and Jeannie D as they paced through various challenges to prove they have what it takes to pilot television shows.

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Harmony was an instant hit with fans on the show, thanks to his elegant presenting style that is only enhanced by an enviable fashion style. Katulondi crept into the hearts of viewers at home and the Presenter Search on 3 judges. And now he joins the Top Billing family as a new presenter.

Let’s get to know him!

What has been the highlight of your time on Presenter Search on 3?

Having my mom be the one to tell me that I made it to the Top 10 stands out. I could just sense how proud I had made her. Her genuine happiness and joy laced with selfless love is what I felt as she celebrated me.

What has been the biggest lesson this experience has taught you?

My Presenter Search on 3 experience taught me that I got what it takes to be a great presenter and that I needed just a little polish here and there but that I am more than good enough. It also taught me not be afraid of allowing the real me to come out – that’s who and what the judges were looking for. Also, it taught me to be proud of who I am and to focus on my strengths and not my weaknesses.

How would you describe your presenting style?

Harmonious, classy and elegant yet relatable. I present like I’m your mom’s favourite son but also who you secretly want to be. A presenting style that is a beautiful blend of an amazing voice, interesting look/personality, creative play on words and genuine interest in the guest and what’s going on.

Your mother is the owner of a fashion brand, growing up with fashion as an influence, how would you describe your fashion sense?

My fashion sense can’t really be boxed but, if a description was really needed then I would say it’s an interesting harmony of what would be considered modern African couture. I’m not afraid to be very bold where as other times there’s just a touch of African print. I love my suits, dressing up and being a gentleman but I also slay in streetwear, sportswear and casual wear.

What are you going to be bringing to Top Billing?

Speaking French will allow me to add to the international flare of Top Billing. My diverse background, upbringing & curious nature will also bring an interesting perspective to the segments – not forgetting the fact that I’m an African king bringing a new age and modern African elements while opening doors to some of the treasures Africa has to offer.

Describe the moment you heard your name and were officially one of the winners of Presenter Search on 3.

Humbled. It was such a humbling feeling to have God answer your prayers and have you experience the beginning of your dream come true. It was a lot of work, learning, believing and hoping, almost like holding your breath and now I could exhale. It left me feeling so blessed.

Now that you have stepped into your role on Top Billing, have the first few episodes been everything you thought it would be or have there been a few surprises for you?

I think that winning my dream job has not sunk in yet and now that I’ve stepped into my new role as a presenter on Top Billing and done the first few episodes, I realise that I was right.

This is one of the best jobs in the world. It’s been so much fun travelling, meeting such awesome people and getting to have an interview them (which I consider as actually just having a conversation with them on camera), discovering and uncovering their stories.

This, alongside eating good food and doing an activity makes for an incredibly fun time on set. But, at the end of the day, this is a job after all. We work really hard to bring you the best of the good life and in order to do that, we have very interesting call times and wrap times. Sometimes we start really early and then end really late but it’s well worth it.

Do you have any pre-show rituals you do in order to prepare yourself before going live? 

All I do is pray. It gives me peace and helps me focus.

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Donald On New Album, Staying Real And Policy on Fueds – INTERVIEW

In this exclusive interview with QuenchSA, Donald shares his ambitions to become an icon, and more!

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Donald recently delighted fans with the arrival of his latest album, Her Name Is?

The 20-track project, which boasts high-powered collaborations with the likes of DJ Tira, Thabsie and amongst others Mlindo The Vocalist, marks the singer’s triumphant return to the zeitgeist. “I’ve done this five times”, he says of the gruelling schedule that comes with album releases.

He’s a Pro by now, but those early mornings just never get easier. The machinations that come with promoting a new album require an element of athleticism. 

What most find intriguing about Donald is his evergreen presence in the culture. He’s managed to stay on top of his game without switching his sound to appease the market. “I don’t try to be relevant, I just do what feels good to me”, he tells QuenchSA, explaining how he’s kept true to his sound despite the ever shifting landscape.

We caught up with singer and conversed about the new album, the tricks of the trade sustaining his relevance and the pains that attend to being an artist.

The album recording process is done and it’s onto the promotional aspect. I imagine your schedule is different right now… 

Yeah,  which means few hours of sleep!

…But I hear artists are very nocturnal, creating mainly during the night. Is that true? 

Yeah, but now I am not creating much as I’m in the promo phase. It becomes harder because I have to try and sleep early, which I’m not used to.

Because it’s performance season? 

Yeah, like you have to wake up early. Sometimes I will have like 6’o clock  and 7 o’clock call times. For me it’s tough, but I think so far I have received great practice because I’ve been doing this for a while now. This is my fifth album. So I have done this five times already in the past ten years.

I mean, you are an expert… 

(laughs) I am getting better!

You have been around for a long time and you are still creating. People blow up and disappear. How do you do it? 

Ey man… I think one of the things that are mainly important is to keep the main thing the main thing. I try not to do too many things because I want to focus on one thing and make sure I do it perfectly. I think knowing what your bigger goal is helps you to be able to deal with the every day movement. I know my bigger goal is to be a South African music legend and have a legacy.

When I am gone people can look back and be like “Eish! mara this guy, this guy’s career was such a story…” You know? I really want to be that guy. I want people to look at me the way they look at Oskido, Hugh Masikela, Jonas Gwangwa, Mariam Makeba etc…

You’ve stayed true to your sound. How are you able to be so resilient to the obvious temptation to jump on a new wave that sells? 

I’ve noticed that trying to stay relevant is not easy to achieve. So don’t try to stay relevant, just focus on having a story to tell at that moment. Tell it the best way you know. Artists who are known for what they do specifically are those artists you will always remember.

When you say a name like Thandiswa Mazwai, you don’t even have to ask. You can just tell through her voice even, if it’s a new song. How she achieved that was by always being herself and not trying to fit in. I think I’m that type of artist. I don’t try to fit in, I do what feels good to me…

I think you’ve reached that level too, in some ways. One can look at a young artist and be like, ‘Oh, he’s the next Donald’. There’s definitely a distinct identity you have. 

I hear those conversations a lot, especially when Idols comes on air! Like, I always hear a Donald reference. I think last week Somizi was commenting on a contestant and made reference to a ‘Donald-like thing’ in the conversation. It’s always humbling and encouraging to hear people saying stuff like that.  That there is a thing about you that you have that everybody knows. It tells me whatever I’ve been through, including the pain, was not in vain.

What kind of pain have you been through?

Things don’t always work out the way you have planned, you know? You come across challenges, and I have came across a lot. You can ask anyone who sings and who is successful. They will tell you about the challenges because to be successful, you have to be challenged the most and the challenges don’t determine who you are but they make you strong and you always get better, no matter  how hard it is.  I am inspired by people who go all out to be achievers… like Bonang. I can relate. Like, I see myself in her and I know how much pain that woman has to go through. The struggles and challenges you don’t see.

You’ve have kept a very clean brand’, is that intentional or is that like are authentic reflection of you character?

I mean, a part of it is…the intentional part of it is not to share too much of my personal life. That is intentional. The simple things that I do on a daily basis… I don’t think that is of interest. Like I don’t think that is why am here. I kind of try and figure out and find why I am in this industry. What is it that I have to offer? I offer my message of love, not what T-shirt I prefer to wear when we get home at 7 o’clock…

Do you have any feud with anyone in the industry?

No. I have learnt to accept that people are just the way they are and have their own choices. It’s not worth me even sharing it on social media. Conflict does not grow the industry, it holds us back. We grow when we actually encourage each other…

You have a neat discography with hits and well received albums. Do you still get nervous before releasing new work? 

I think being nervous of how people will receive the music is the natural thing, and it shows that you care. Yes, I do get nervous and worry sometimes! Like, when the album dropped you know that is why I tweeted something and people just made a big deal out of it because Twitter is Twitter, but I tweeted ‘I haven’t seen even one negative comment about my album’. People were responding like, ‘why are you looking for negative things?’ and ‘This tweet is so negative.’

All I was saying was in this world there is so much negativity, especially on Twitter. It’s very rare that you release an album and not hear someone say ‘this is a shitty album’. I was like humbled that after three days I had not seen any of those negative things, you know?

Is there any song that has an important meaning to you or is closer to your heart on the album? 

Mina Nawe is very special for me because I think it ticks all the boxes. I rate that song as probably the best song I have ever recorded. From a songwriting point of view to the production, the mixing… like everything for me… I would admire it if it was another artist’s song…

Then there is another song called Ngiyazi.  That song is little bit more personal. The story is quite personal, but I also listen to it like a fan of music. I hear it and I think that is definitely it is my most relevant songs in the album. I do love every single song that is on that album though

How did you decide on the collaborations in this album?

Most of it was just organic. I would start a song and then hear someone’s voice in it. That’s how I would be inspired to get someone on it. The Zanda and Thabsie collaborations happened when I was working on the songs but kept on hearing these artists on the songs. The Mlindo collaboration was not even planned. I met up with him at a club and then asked him if he was busy the following day. When he said no, I was like ‘ntwana come to the studio…’ It’s magic.

What’s the one thing that shocks you or your fans about you right now?

One that people don’t know about me is that, do you eat noodles? Those two minute noodles. Does it make sense to eat noodles with eggs? I eat noodles with eggs and that is one of my favourite meals of all time!

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Vusi Nova Talks Longevity Ahead Of His Intimate Show – INTERVIEW

He’s been letting the music do the talking.

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Vusi Nova Interview 2019

Vusi Nova famously shuns splashy displays and the trappings of celebrity to allow his music to speak for itself. And it’s not surprising – he’s got the vocal chops and the artistic elasticity to do it.

With a catalogue full of timeless classics and countless love songs, he’s succeeded in sustaining the momentum and staying on top of his game, often with no attention grabbing theatrics to amplify the music.

We recently touched based with As’phelelanga hitmaker, who’s getting ready for ‘An Intimate Night With Vusi Nova’.

Slated for Saturday, October 5th at the Lyric, Gold Reef City, the show will also feature special guests Ntando and 047.

Vusi Nova Interview 2019

It’s a rough industry. Artists blow up and disappear just as quick. How have you maintained your relevance and longevity?

I found that staying true to who I am, and talking about things that happen in my life… people relate more to my music. I wouldn’t necessary call it a formula but it has worked for me.

Along with that, you’ve kept a scandal free brand and allowed the music to sell itself. Is that a conscious thing or just an authentic reflection of your character?

It’s definitely a conscious thing and a reflection of my character. “Keep your nose down and focus on your work.” But also, in this industry it is hard to maintain a scandal free life as people make things up.

You’ve got a rich catalogue of albums which have spawned many hits throughout the years. Musically, what kinds of things are you still excited to do as an artist?

Thank you! Just working with different artists from South Africa, around the continent and the rest of the world, I believe that this help you grow.

The music industry has changed so much since you first came out, amapiano now being the popular sound. How do you stick to your authentic sound?

How do I do it? How… I guess it comes naturally first of all, and I’m always trying to make it sound fresh and different, by adding elements of other genres.

Does your previous success ever make you nervous whenever you are about to do something in your career?

You mean pressure, pressure is always there. And I guess its what makes you wanna do better, it’s what drives you to do better.

After all these years, do you still get nervous before you perform? How do you get over that?

Yes, all the time! (I get over it) By being alone. Some alone time to zone in and focus on my stage delivery.

How do you decide on your setlist for your shows?  

It depends where… which part of the country I’m performing at – I use this to guide me.

Can you recall your most magical stage moment? 

I have so many of those,  I feel like most of them are. I never take being on stage for granted – I always give it my all.

What’s the one thing that would surprise your fans the most about you

I’m extremely shy

What can your fans expect at the Intimate Night with Vusi Nova Show.

LOVE LOVE and more LOVE!


Tickets to the show range from R250 at Computicket.

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INTERVIEW – Tshego Dishes On ‘Pink Panther’

Organic. Melodic. High Quality. Musical

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Now that Tshego’s long awaited Pink Panther album finally has a release date, everything has fresh hues of pink all over.

It’s quite a definitive season for the singer, who recently inked a record deal with Universal Music.

Although the album, which has kept the same title despite its long and adventurous journey to the market, has been a long time coming, the King Monada feature on the first single was a dope blindside.

A whole King Monada, on a Tshego song. You love to see it.

“I never want to be boxed in. I always tell my fans not think they can go for more No Ties on the album. If that’s what you are expecting, you will be sadly mistaken!”

Sonically, the artists couldn’t be further from each other. But, says Tshego, the flow engineered itself perfectly. “It was a very clean and organic process”, he tells QuenchSA, detailing tales of how he reached out to the Malwede hitmaker.

He’s thrilled about the critical applause and buzz around No Ties, which not only sparked the heaviest trend for the Garden hitmaker, but has also produced his best charting single debut to date. “It feels like, finally, people get it. It’s not that they didn’t get it before, but it feels like it’s finally time”, he says of the crit.

You are known for blending different flavours. Do you think No Ties finally captures your sound?

I feel like No Ties captures one piece of it, you know? I never want to be boxed in. I always tell my fans not think they can go for more No Ties on the album. If that’s what you are expecting, you will be sadly mistaken! (Laughs) In terms of the sound, I haven’t even placed it myself, but I know there are certain things you’ll be able to identify my sound with.

My sound is very musical, high quality and melodic. I’m very melodic and energy driven. So that’s my sound, but to find a genre for it… I haven’t been able to do that yet because I love moving in between as many genres as I can.

I read somewhere that you are the Prince of RnB. I was thinking RnB? Okay? I wouldn’t think of your sound as just RnB…

There are so many guys in South Africa right now who are proper RnB singers, so to call me the Prince of RnB when I’m not even trying to do that is a big compliment! I accept it. But, it’s definitely not what I’m trying to be known as because I’m just not putting a title on myself.

How did the collaboration with King Monada come about?

Very easily man, Instagram! His song Malwede had been out for a little bit and he was trending around that time. My mom knew about it. I was travelling to Mafikeng that day. I sent him a DM. When I got home, I told my mom. I told her I’d just DM’ed this guy, hopefully we can do a song together. Then he DM’ed me that night and I was like ‘yo, mom, he actually DM’ed me back!’ (Laughs). I actually posted it on my Insta Story the day he FaceTimed me and sent me his verse on Whatsapp. It was a very clean, organic process. He’s a very, very humble guy.

It’s a collaboration most didn’t see coming. The individual sounds couldn’t be further apart, but you made it make so much sense. Did you have a specific vision for his verses before hitting him up?

Nooo! Literally I said ‘bro, listen here’s the song. This is my hook. I want you to be here, and here, and here. If you want to give me a verse, it’s up to you. Feel it, it’s up to you.’ He sent it back with that and I was like, perfect! End it right there, no changes.

How did you decide on this being the first single?

I took it to a lot of labels, like four of five songs to a lot of indie labels, distributors, to like… literal A&R people and my friends. I was sending them a pack of five (songs) and they would always come back with ‘this one has to be the first single! These three over here are crazy, but this one is definitely the one.’ It’s the one that’s always come back as being the one.

Tell us a bit more about your departure from Family Tree. Is everything okay there?

Everything is Okay, man. It’s just business wise, the way I like to deal with things is on terms. It’s just like when you sign a contract with whatever company, there’s a term there. Whether it’s a year, 12 months, 6 months, you have a term. You are expected to do this and you are expecting x amounts back. That’s the way I like to live my life and with Family Tree, it was just another one of those terms. I had to give this an x amount of my years and I when I reached the cap, I had to find a better situation and grow.

That’s what happened. I reached my cap. Family Tree helped me a lot in terms of the touring. In terms of touring, that’s where Family Tree really catapulted me. Without Family Tree, I wouldn’t have been where I am now in terms of my performances and my energy on stage. But yeah, it was just time, business wise. Family Tree was signing into Universal and I was getting interest from Universal directly. I had been having conversations with them three years prior to that, so when that happened I thought man, let me just sign direct.

Why so much pink? It’s everywhere. All the time! 

I’m big on organic. That’s another one of those things that happened organically. It first happened on Hennessy. One of the outfits had the pink VANS with the teal in it. Then I had on pink shirts, a pink GANG shirt and a pink cap. People instantly reacted to that and kept coming back to me like, ‘yo, that outfit was sick.’ So I tried it again on Garden. Pink dog, pink Limousine, pink outfit, pink everything, which was even crazier.

It became cleat that it gets a reaction from people. When you put the marketing and branding together you understand that to build a brand, you have to market it. If this pink is working well as a marking tool to build the brand, why not? It’s gold. I couldn’t leave it alone. But, at the same time, it’s not like I don’t like pink.

Why the title ‘Pink Panther‘?

It’s because me and Gemini (Major) had a similar sounding album title. I saw him post it on Twitter and I immediately called and asked him what the hell!? Bra, don’t you know my album is titled blah, blah blah, and he’s like, ‘Ja, bra but it’s not the same!’ I was on loud speaker and Les happened to be in the room and he was like relax man, just call yours Pink Panther, trust me. (Laughs) I was like you… are… actually… right!

Tell us everything we need to know about the Pink Panther album? 

The features are people whom I consider friends. Nothing was forced or planned. In fact, none of the features was in studio with the features, except Focalistic. That wasn’t even a full studio session. I just made the beat there and put the melody down. He went home and sent me his verse back. It was that comfortable, where I could be just like ‘Yo, Riky I got something. Listen to it and tell me how you feel about.’ He hit me back, he felt great. He put down a verse and sent it back to me. Thabsie, same thing. She’s always told me we have to work. So as soon as I thought I needed a female artist, Thabsie was the first one I went to. Well, Rowlene and Thabsie.

Kwesta… I remember Durban July weekend. I was like ‘Yo, Kwesta, I’ve handed in the label copy. I need you on this song. He was just like ‘Bro, I don’t even have to listen to the beat, I’ll give you the answer now. Yes!’ The Tuesday after he returned from the Durban July, I had my verse done. Same with Thabsie, that same Tuesday, done. Who else… Tellaman, Fokalistic, Frank Casino…

Half of it is features and half is just me. I wanted to give you enough of me. I know I’ve killed my fans with the features man! I think every single I’ve dropped, except Dem Ah Wind, which was a street anthem, was feature heavy, So that’s it – it’s an intimate vibe. You know with me, everything is always high energy, quality, melody, music and organic.

Is there any song you can’t wait for your fans to hear on the album?

Yeah, but I feel like I will put pressure on it if I say it now. There’s a lot… I want them to hear the whole album. I can’t wait…

And it’s a hotly anticipated one. Part of that is how loooong we’ve had to wait for it. Are you nervous about delivering to satiate expectations?

I think anyone would. It’s the number one thought when I go to sleep and when I wake up. Now that the album is in, I’m having very critical thoughts. It’s like yo, eish! That verse, I was rushing on that verse. Maybe I was talking nonsense on that one (laughs). It’s a lot of critical things but I understand that now it’s up to God. Whatever is gonna happen, I put in the hard work, the time and I’ve done everything that I could do as Tshego. Now it’s in the next phase of life and God is going to let what ever is meant to happen, happen.

You haven’t been in the news for any weird scandals, or tweeting trash, or anything like that…

Nah… The thing is, you guys miss it. I could name a couple, but I won’t. There’s been situations where I had to leave Twitter for months. There were situations where people affiliated to me had to close their accounts because it got hectic. But this is like five years ago. There’s been certain personalities on Twitter, whether it’s DJs, who have tried to come at me. But my character… I just let things die. I won’t entertain it, especially on social media. I’m not gonna tag you, if you’ve tagged me. I’m not reply. I might subtweet…

That’s what I’m getting at… are you intentionally trying to maintain a clean brand or is it a reflection of your authentic character?

No, it’s really how I am bro. I’m a very loud guy! I’m loud, proud and stubborn. I’ve had, in the past, some anger issues. People don’t know that side of me because it only comes out in very serious situations. That’s why I don’t wanna bullshit. When you wanna talk, let’s talk. There shouldn’t be games.

A lot of artists do leverage the drama to promote what they are selling. Are you just gonna allow just the music to do all the talking?

Not just that, because I’m also trying to venture into other things. Like fashion. I wanna get into the music business in the corporate side. Like music libraries, the publishing side of the business. I also wanna score for movies. So I wanna get into a lot of things. Now I want to focus on the merch next. The Album’s been handed in and taken care of. We are doing the PR runs, that’s been taken care of.

Besides you getting angry from time to time, what else will surprise your fans about you?

I’m a really sweet, humble guy. I can be very soft spoken and I can match your energy.

What can they expect?

They can expect the next level of myself in the industry. Whatever genre that you put me under, expect the next level of it.

Pink Panther premieres August 30th.

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