PRETORIA, South Africa — South African 2013 Idols winner, Musa Sukwene, will be sure to turn heads in his new Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium, thanks to its dynamic, muscular shape, high belt-line and cat-eye headlamps which all blends together to deliver a stylish proposition.
The inside of the five-door Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium will provide Musa with an array of comforts; a radio/CD/MP3 player with 6 speakers, steering mounted audio controls, keyless entry and a Ford Power start button. The all new Ford SYNC® with Bluetooth and Voice Control is sure to be a winner with this muso on the go. He can enjoy music and stay connected by just using his voice activated commands to check messages and make calls. This innovative technology will allow him to talk on the phone, navigate and listen to music while keeping his hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.
The 26-year-old originally from Witbank emerged triumphant and won the title after a 90-minute Idols finale at the Moreleta Park, NG Church Auditorium in Pretoria on Tuesday, 26 November 2013. Musa, who received a 1000 vote difference, was the victor against 19-year-old Brenden Ledwaba from Graskop.
Ford has been a major sponsor of the ninth season of the show, with Musa already having had his first taste of the Fiesta on the music video shoot for his new single ‘I still feel it’. He felt right at home in front of the camera as they went about shooting the music video for his new single. Also making a staring appearance in the production is Ford’s popular Fiesta ST.
The video was shot at an empty textured warehouse in Newtown. Production Company Mushroom Media was responsible for directing the video, which has been generating quite a buzz ahead of the big announcement.
“This year’s Idols season has been spectacular,” said Ford Marketing Manager, Gavin Golightly. The competition provides us with a unique opportunity to engage with Idols fans. Musa will no doubt live the brand and we congratulate him for this great achievement.”
Musa, left Witbank when he was in grade 11 and is now living in Midrand. He studied music and worked in his dad’s construction business, after which he embarked on the journey which started his music career. He entered Idols for the experience and opportunity of starting a professional music career. Musa’s determination and focus will be crucial in the journey that lies ahead as an idol.