ROYALSON (South Africa)
ROYALSON (South Africa)

ROYALSON (South Africa)

ROYAL SON (Andille Humphry Zindela) was born in Port Shepston and raised in Durban (Folweni Township) by Miss D Zindela as single parent with 3 siblings. He went to Mnkomelo Primary School where he discovered his talent at the age of 8. He sang a gospel song for the first time for big audience. He moved to Celokuhle senior primary school then to Ntwenhle High School. He finished his higher education at Mbambangwe High School, where he started to believe in music as a young Son of God he focused on music believing that God will never fail him.

Andile started performing at a very young age. He performed around KZN e.g. Dududu, Port Shepston, Umgababa, Umlazi, Durban, Etc. He did a gospel music most of the time with some of local gospel group; Youth in Peace, Durban Inspiration to mention but few. He shared a stage with Simthandile on Durban Day Festival and also with Nozuko Nguqu, Down town Johannesburg as well as with Xolisa Dlamini at BAT Center. He worked with Kholeka at Newcastle Africa Day Celebration. He did Durban City Hall Performances for Indoda Emadodeni by EThekwini Municipality. He was one of the artists who performed at Thanks Mah Project (Uthando Nesithembu Events). He worked with Majestic Pro, the owner of HIS MAJESTY Entertainment; doing event series called AMEN Shows. He worked with African. Sinakho as a cast member of “In Blood” theatre productions. Andile H Zindela “Royal Son” has made a great job with his voice being one of the Mix Culture Music. Royal Son writes his own music which most of his lyrical content unfolds a story of his book called Uhambo Lomfana (The Journey of a Young Man). He will be launching his debut book any time soon in 2020. He was part of INK Ekasi Festival 2018. He is also in one of local radio station Intokozo FM as a co-host as part time volunteer. He performed in 1st Woke Queens Seminars 2018, Jazz Picnic on the 1st of July at NPS Lounge. Journey. He performed at SANTACO, Best Rank Service Awards 2019. He was featured on a great music legends band called UJE (Umkhumbane Jazz Ensemble) and performed with them in many Jazz Festivals, such as Ugu Jazz Festivals, Durban Jazz Festivals, Horn Hang up Concerts and many more. Royal Son has his 4 Peace Band (Royal Son’s band), Performed Durban jazz festival and Tribute Jazz Concert 2019 at Playhouse Drama Theatre. He is a SATMA NOMINEE 2022 and he recently released an Album called Sana Lwami which was launched on MCCD concert 2022 with Sagiya foundation.

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