Nathi Mankayi's organisation with the organisation was declared at an occasion in Johannesburg on Friday morning, which likewise observed him play out his first single under the arrangement, Qeqe. 

Nathi says that he is certifiably not a one-hit ponder and hasn't 'vanished from the spotlight' as some have recommended. Instead, he was "concocting hits" in another organisation with Gallo Records South Africa. 

Nathi left his past record name Muthaland Entertainment toward the end of last year, disclosing to Metro FM's Mo Flava and Masechaba Ndlovu at the time that he apparently had no power over his undertakings and his music. 

Addressing TshisaLIVE at the declaration occasion, Nathi said he went solo after his clear separation with the previous mark, however, chose to hold hands with Gallo in the wake of searching for a "second hand" to assist him with his profession. 

"I am energised by this organisation. I am happy that I won't be distant from everyone else now. At Muthaland I didn't have a group, now I have a group. I will centre around composting, and the group will manage everything else. I cleared out because I needed to push ahead." 

Since dropping the hit track Nomvula, Nathi has needed to confront cases of him being a one-hit ponder. He said that any individual who questioned his accreditations should take a gander at his prosperity. 

"I haven't been peaceful, I have been chipping away at new music for the new collection. I am not a one-hit ponder. If you take a gander at my collection Buyelekhaya, it wasn't simply Nomvula. Each and every on Buyelekhaya is a hit, that is the reason it went triple platinum. I am as yet applicable. I was simply in the studio cooking my collection."