Makhadzi Won't Be Translating Her Music Antyime Soon: "Music Is Not All About the Language"

Makhadzi Won't Be Translating Her Music Antyime Soon: "Music Is Not All About the Language"

  • Makhadzi has shared that she won't be translating any of her music anytime soon because her fans enjoy it as it is
  • The singer and performer sings in Tshivenda and most of her fans have no idea what she says in the tracks but they love her for who she is
  • In a recent interview, the Ghanama hitmaker expressed that music is not all about the language

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Makhadzi has been able to make Mzansi dance to her tunes even though some of her fans don't understand what she is saying in her lyrics. Sis has expressed that she's not willing to translate her music for now.

Makhadzi, won't be translating, her music, anytime soon
Makhadzi said she won't be translating her music anytime soon. Image: @makhadzisa
Source: Instagram

The energetic performer sings in Tshivenda but she has been able to attract fans from provinces who do not understand the language at all such as the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.

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Makhadzi shared that she won't be translating her lyrics to other languages anytime soon because most of her fans like her music as it is and they dance to it regardless of the language she sings in.

"Music is not all about the language. As long as there is a nice melody and nice beat that’s the only thing that matters," she told TshisaLIVE.

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Makhadzi steals 'Idols SA' show with epic performance

In other music news, Briefly News reported that Limpopo musician Makhadzi blew Idols SA contestants, judges, guests and viewers away. If there is one thing this woman can do, it's perform!

Coming onto the show as the celebrity guest performer, Makhadzi showed the contestants what it means to be a star. The singing competition's episode on Sunday, 12 September 2021, was lit.

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Performing her hit track Ghanama, Makhadzi dropped jaws and had viewers taking to social media to express their feels. Even though sis had a little slip-up (she fell), she still delivered, reported TimesLive. Well-known actress @Natasha_Thahane said:

“They should’ve saved Makhadzi for the finale, because wow! #idolssa”

@Aya_Kolisi felt all the feels:

“Makhadzi does her thing on stage, jealous down and she will idibala if she wants. #idolssa”


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