TNS Accusses Sony Music Label Of Prioritizing Amapiano. Nkazimulo Ngema professionally inclined as TNS is a South African singer, disc jockey (DJ), and record producer. Though he is new in the music industry, the young talent has started making waves.His following hit songs Banomoya, My Dali, and Club Controller have brought the young talent to the limelight becoming a voice to reckon with.
Popular muso Nkazimulo Ngema, affectionately known as TNS, has taken to social media to rant about how Sony Music is prioritising amapiano music to his detriment.Taking to his Facebook page, TNS said he wants to release music and has been calling Sony Music to no avail as it appeared the music company was only focused on amapiano.He sarcastically said his songs and albums will rot in the studio because Sony did not want to release them.
The Umona hitmaker, who further stated that he is depressed, said though his music might not be important to Sony Music, it was important to him.“This thing has been happening angifuni lutho I just wanna release music ngeskhathi esifanele kanti yini bafethu,” he wrote.
Ngema landed on his feet and launched his TNS label in 2019 with the release of “My Dali.” The producer’s second single, “Umona,” went platinum and introduced his signature upbeat rhythms and melodic Zulu vocals to the mainstream. His audaciously titled debut album, Madlokovu King of African House, soon followed, and he began collaborating with the likes of Tipcee and Busiswa. TNS’ 2021 sophomore release, Phupholethu, came with a promise that it would be the only album featuring his vocals on every track.