- Mzansi R&B singer Elaine has made her international debut by dropping her new single titled Right Now
- The songstress took to social media to thank her fans for patiently waiting for her to release new music
- The singer made headlines in Mzansi last year when she became the first artist from the country to sign with Columbia Records
Mzansi songstress Elaine has finally made her international debut. The singer has dropped her new single titled Right Now.
Elaine, who is signed to international record company Columbia Records, took to social media to share with her fans that she's released her new single Right Now.
She said that she has missed her fans so much while in the US to record new material. The stunner posted the song's music video on Instagram and captioned it:
"Right Now is out, Right Nowwww. Thank you to everyone that made this moment so special for me. To my shining stars, I've missed you all so much & I cannot wait to share this part of my life with you all."
The musician's industry peers and fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her new hit. Check out some of their comments below:
"Am I the only one who’s BEEEEN replaying it since she dropped it?"
"My favourite artist everrrr."
"Song so hard."
"You really are talented."
"Track on repeat."
"You’re doing great things, I’m in awe."
In related news, Briefly News reported that Elaine is a South African R&B/soul artist who has taken the industry by storm. It was announced that the beauty bagged a deal with Columbia Records, a record label that is owned by Sony Music Entertainment.
Mzansi artists have been doing the most to break into the international market. From Nasty C to Master KG, so many have already done us proud. Briefly News saw that Elaine was trending on social media following the announcement of her hella lit record deal.
There is no denying that Elaine is worthy of this big win. Sony Music Entertainment Africa managing director Sean Watson expressed how talented Elaine is and how Sony just had to sign her on after hearing her new release Risky. Sis did the thing!
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Source: Briefly News