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Flameboy Universe

ABOUT ME

Mbabane born Sakhile "Flameboy Universe” Mavimbela is a rapper producer and song writer @ Sony/ATV .He released his first official single record "Nowerdays" in 2016. The record made it to the number one position on the "MTN SBIS 2 Radio Top 20 Chart Show”. On his second single "Dancing Alone" he collaborated with the legendary Swazi Dj "Wicked Handz", and also this record was voted to the number position on the "MTN SBIS 2 Radio Top 20 Chart Show". He performed at the "Global Leadership Summit Of 2016". He won the Sibebe Friday Night live Season 6 (SFNL 6). He performed at 11th edition of the MTN Bush Fire Festival. His Debut Album "Rich People” was released on the 31st of March 2017. Lead single record "Believe Me” from the album "Rich People" is the most streamed record in the history of Swazi Music with over 100k streams on the second day of release. He won Best Newcomer Of The Year at The MTN SWAMA 2017 MUSIC AWARDS. READY TO WORK WITH YOU!!
  • Achievement
  • Compassion
  • Competency
  • Friendships
  • Fun
  • Growth
  • Happiness
  • Honesty
  • Listening
  • Love
  • Loyalty
  • Meaningful work
  • Power
  • Respect
  • Risk-taking
  • Self-respect
  • Teamwork
  • Vision
  • Wealth
  • Wisdom

Cultural background

  • South Africa
  • Swaziland

PROJECT MUSIC

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4:22
Rise Up
'Rise up' is about walking the line between hope and despair for our planet. It is a story-song written about a person who has everything, but who struggles to enjoy their happiness knowing how much suffering there is in the world. Ultimately the song represents the journey that anyone of conscience must make on a planet in turmoil, asking ‘how can I feel happy, when others are not free’. But the song still holds hope, as ‘love finds a way through the dark nights’, finally saying ‘you must be the change you seek, if you wish to feel peace, you must cease the war in you’. It is called ‘Rise up’ because the song holds a plea to ‘rise up’ to the challenges we all face as spiritual and moral beings in a world in crisis. As Sakhile sings in Swazi, ‘the world belongs to all of us equally'! The song was first written and sung by Heather Ella Rose, then produced by Sakhile Mavimbela who wrote and sang additional lyrics and melodies, with Juan Barallobres contributing piano to the piece.
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  • African
  • Dance / EDM
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  • Singer
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  • Vocal ensemble
  • Grand piano
  • Organ electric
  • Drum machine
  • Drum set
  • Argentina
  • Swaziland
  • United Kingdom
3:24
Rise And Fall
This song is about hope for earth, many things have happened and many are still going to happen but earth depends on our hope as humanity to thrive.
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  • Pop
  • Singer
  • Piano
  • Bass guitar
  • Harp guitar
  • Argentina
  • Swaziland
  • United Kingdom
3:31
We Are Grateful
This Song is about looking at the positive aspects of life so we can move on and strive towards making the world a better place.
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  • World
  • Caxixi
  • Handbells
  • Ipu
  • Acoustic bass guitar
  • Qanun
  • Argentina
  • Kazakhstan
  • Swaziland
3:53
We can be.
For us to save and take care of the planet we first need to know how to take care of one another, work together towards healing from things as humans then as we heal the way we treat the planet will change. The song is about where we need to start in order to be able to work together, we first need first introspection, erase the internal turmoil for a fresh and healthy relationship with each other as humans.
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  • Hip Hop / Rap
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  • Singer
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  • Drum set
  • Belgium
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  • Côte d'Ivoire
  • Germany
  • Israel
  • Kenya
  • Russian Federation
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Swaziland
3:39
We only got this World
Flameboy Universe: Let us take care of the earth.. there is nothing much to it than being considerate, this world has never harmed us what can be so hard to treat it like wise. Han Beyli: The message of the song truly captivated me and brought attention to the most crucial and important aspects of our lives. The courage to change. It's gonna define our future and the future of our planet. We have to be aware and educate ourselves, and one of the best ways to do so is through art and music.
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  • Azerbaijan
  • Israel
  • Russian Federation
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  • United States of America
3:10
Siwbulele (We have harmed Earth)
This is a song lamenting about how much we have contributed to the corroding of the world and everything bad that is happening in it, but still there is hope since all we have to do is change and do the right thing and the human race.
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  • Background vocals
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  • Singer
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Soprano
  • Tenor
  • Vocal ensemble
  • Harp
  • Harp guitar
  • Flute
  • Madagascar
  • Swaziland
  • Switzerland
3:20
Rise & Fall
This Record talks about sheds some light on a few reasons why the world is mostly under turmoil, it is mostly aspired by the way we behave, but hope is always at our finger tips since all we need to do is change for the better and every little thing is going to be alright.
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  • African
  • Ambient
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  • New Age
  • Soundtrack
  • World
  • Chanting
  • Choir
  • Rapping
  • Singer
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Tenor
  • Whistling / Humming
  • South Africa
  • Swaziland
  • United Kingdom
4:12
Inspiro
Sasha: New times - new adjusted directions. In light of recent events in the world and so largely spread of fear and panic we came up with the idea that we have to cheer up and propose a spiritual alternative to fear - JOY! We will come thru all of it, and to keep up in a spirit of useful active and optimistic shape - we call for an expression in music and dance! Lets vibrate in a different frequency. Anat: For me, music has always been a cure. Whenever I’m  in the presence  of music, or creating it myself, my spirit is uplifting, and I feel so much better. The ability to give this gift to others, is a total blessing . Sakhile: This is a positivity song that is meant to keep people in good spirit during all the depressing situations that the world faces everyday, music is one medicine that hits and you feel no pain (Bob Marley) so as the world turns lets keep the hope burning in song
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  • Soprano
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  • Israel
  • Russian Federation
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5:04
We can do better than this...
Flameboy Universe: This song is meant to open the eyes of the people when it comes to understanding why some of these terrible things are happening around the world, the prime culprits is us as people, our actions/way of life contribute towards the world suffering, the best effective way to change the situation is to do better as a people Sasha: Just to add to Sakhile’s words - I decided to use a sample of the “Knyaz Igor “ opera by Alexander Borodin - the first 4 lines of the song ov the slaves… It represent a nostalgic longing to be at the place where you feel safe and home, where your freedom is an absolute… It somewhat feels sometimes that we are all slaves of the “rules of engagement” in our materialistically corrupted way of treating our nature, planet, and our co-Earthlings.
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  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Russian Federation
  • Swaziland
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