- Simphiwe Dana took to social media to share her thoughts on the impostor syndrome and how she overcame it
- The singer said she was scared of sharing her musical skills with other artists because she did not believe in herself
- The songstress said she won't let the impostor syndrome win and is now willing to collaborate and share her skills with other artists in the music industry
Simphiwe Dana took to social media recently to open up about how she overcame the impostor syndrome that was holding her back as an artist and a woman.
The songstress expressed that she has been wondering how much women have lost out on because of the doubting their skills and talent. She said that she was also scared to work on other people's projects besides hers.
"Before I was commissioned by a church to rearrange their songs working with an orchestra and a choir, I was scared of putting myself out there as a composer and arranger, let alone producer for other projects beside mine."
The singer shared that she won't let the impostor syndrome win. The star said she'll now work on other artists projects besides her own. She said she's now ready to share her skills with other artists.
"Anyway, I’m great. I’m amazing actually. I’ll be working on a lot more projects outside my own moving forward, inshallah. This impostor syndrome will not win. Give women these jobs that you believe only men can do. We will amaze you."
Working on new music with Moonchild Sanelly
A lot of female artists, not only in Mzansi but all over the world, are teaming up to make it known that women have a place in the entertainment world and their respected genres.
Briefly News learnt that Simphiwe and Moonchild Sanelly decided to blend their vocals to create a powerful track that they know their fans will love. Both Simphiwe and Moonchild Sanelly are powerful artists whose influence is strong and their message relevant.
Coming from two different musical backgrounds, it will be interesting to see what these two come up with.
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Source: Briefly News