WITH her song “Ndobatirira” having topped charts, and received massive airplay on various media platforms, Feli Nandi is living her dream.
Her passion for music is evident in every live performance.
Her fans can attest to the fact that she genuinely cares about them, as she always takes time to interact with them on a very personal level.
Feli’s music focuses on social issues like love and heartbreak .
She believes that music is a powerful tool that can be used to inspire generations and make a change in society.
She staged a solo show at Room 213, Long Chen Plaza on Saturday, which showed that she holds a special place in the hearts of many.
The singer moved and grooved, proving that she is the afro-fusion star in this country.
She described herself as an emotional artist.
“All I ever wanted from day one, when I started singing, was to touch songs and make people cry, make people happy and make them fall in love.
“That moves me more than anything, just to see someone saying ‘Feli I was feeling sick, but I listened to your music’.
“I am an emotional artist.
“All my songs are my life, my very closest people’s lives.
“I want to be remembered as some who spoke to people, someone who changed people’s lives,” she said.
Feli’s dedication to her craft is inspiring for up-and-coming artists who aspire to make a difference in the music industry.