After having relocated to South Africa’s city of Gold, Anti-virus dance crew member Steward “Stewi SK King” Kwenda, has made a breakthrough in Jozi as he has released a single titled Show You featuring Scandal actor Mbulelo “McClaud” Katise who plays Scelo and 2006 CBZ ‘A’ academy runner up, Xmile.
Produced by Big Ropza who has produced for numerous artistes like Kelly Khumalo’s younger sister Zandie, the single which has already become popular in the neighbouring country as it is enjoying a fair share of airplay, is a love afro-pop melody which talks about how a man should treat a woman.
Inspired by his parents who recently celebrated their 26th anniversary, Stewi SK King, through the single, decided to show appreciation of the love his parents have for each other and also appreciating their efforts in grooming him to become the man he is today.
“I dedicated this song to my parents because they’ve been together for 26 years now. That on its own gives me hope that true love exists,” said SK King.
Speaking about his role on the song, the much loved soft spoken Scandal actor, McClaud revealed that he found SK King recording the song at his friend – Big Ropza’s studio and decided to add a verse.
“When I visited Ropza at his studio, I heard SK King recording the song with Xmile. With the talent the two possessed and the lyrics of the song, I asked to add a verse as I already predicted a hit.
“He agreed and I started penning my verse,” said McClaud.
With Xmile adding his smooth chamming voice on the song, local Afro-pop fanatics will likely fall in love as the song has a potential to become a celebrated affectionate song.
As a way of broadening his multi talents, SK King, a singer-cum-dancer also revealed that he will start acting in Jozi early next year as he has identified a prominent artiste management company which is willing to accommodate him.
“I’m negotiating a deal with a prominent artiste management company which is willing to accommodate me as an actor and an artiste in general. We’ll see how it goes next year,” said SK King.