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By Patience Bambalele | Jan 27, 2010 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

GOSPEL singer Sipho Makhabane has decided to call it a day as a recording artist.

GOSPEL singer Sipho Makhabane has decided to call it a day as a recording artist.

Makhabane, a pastor by calling and one of the most popular bestselling male gospel singers, is bowing out in style by giving lovers of this genre a feast of music for two days.

His stable, Big Fish Music, will be shooting two live DVDs for him and Hlengiwe Mhlaba on February 27 and 28 at the State Theatre in Pretoria.

The two artists will be joined by musicians such as Benjamin Dube, Tshepiso Motaung, Thobekile, Pastor Ncanda and Winnie Mashaba.

Makhabane confirms that he will no longer be a recording artist and wants to focus on producing.

"Ebenezer was my last album and I will be recording a live DVD that will be the last," he explains

"I will stop being a recording artist because my stable is growing. I have many artists now who need my attention. I have to focus on promoting and growing the careers of artists."

Though he will stop recording he will still perform at festivals and concerts.

On Hlengiswe's live recording he says: "For the past years Hlengiwe has been recording all her DVDs in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng fans have been complaining about being neglected.

"So this time we decided to do it at the State Theatre for all the people to see. It is only right because Hlengiwe has now become an established national star."

Tickets for the show cost R120.


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