- Mzansi musician Sho Madjozi has showed love to her fans for supporting her Xitsonga mixtape titled What A life
- The John Cena hitmaker shared that she took a risk when she decided to make a Xitsonga project instead of her usual dance songs
- The stunner also shared a video of herself performing a Xitsonga song in front of a live audience
Sho Madjozi has thanked her fans for supporting her latest Xitsonga mixtape, What A Life. The musician said she took a risk when she made the project.
The John Cena hitmaker changed her usual musical direction and decided to experiment with Xitsonga music instead of her usual dance music.
The star took to Instagram and shared a video of herself performing one of her Xitsonga songs with her dancers in front of a live audience. Madjozi said:
"I took such a risk making this mixtape. I made music that was for me, for my soul and for the absolute love and respect I have for Xitsonga music."
She also gushed about her nominations at this year's SAMAs. She received two nods. She has been nominated in the Best Traditional Album and Female Artist of the Year categories.
Sho Madjozi's followers took to her comment section to congratulate her for her nominations and to also share their thoughts on her Xitsonga mixtape.
"The only thing you’ll ever regret is not taking a risk... Well done and thank you for always representing your people!"
"We need a Tsonga album please."
"Maya! I love you earnestly, I love how authentic you are. Your passion for what you do is so inspirational. Thank you for staying true to your calling."
"So proud of you, may God continue to bless your hustle mommy."
"My daughter who is 2 years old loves you. She loves Kona so much. When we dress her into a tutu dress she starts singing the song."
In other music news, Briefly News reported that talented Amapiano music producer Kabza De Small Amapiano has bagged a total of six nominations at the 27th edition of the South African Music Awards.
The star has been nominated in the Album of the Year, Male Artist of the Year, and Best Amapiano Album categories for his album I Am the King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust. His collaboration with DJ Maphorisa titled Once Upon A Time in Lockdown scored the Duo/Group of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Amapiano album nods.
KwaZulu-Natal-born DJ and musician Sun-EL Musician also got the recognition he deserved after he dropped a dope 31-track album last year titled To The World and Beyond.
Sun-EL received five nominations. The star bagged the Male Artist of the Year, Best Dance, Best Live Audio Visual of the Year, Best Produced Album of the Year and Remix of the Year categories.
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