- Swahili is now officially an international language
- Sho Madjozi's John Cena song has received mad international recognition
- Even the official WWE social media shared her track
From China all the way to America, Swahili has taken over and seems to be spreading even faster than we ever thought.
Yuuuus, Sho is on absolute fire. Our girl is receiving the most insane international rec that Mzansi has seen in a long time.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Sho has become an online sensation in Kenya after releasing a song in which she raps in perfect Swahili.
Sho Madjozi, a South African songstress, released a new song dubbed John Cena on Thursday, August 15.
In an unexpected move, Madjozi, who is purely South Africa, used Swahili in nearly the whole song.
The song, which talks about how her lover mistreats her, impressed her Kenyan fans thanks to its strong punchlines, beats and well-arranged Swahili lines.
''Unajifanya hunioni labda mimi John Cena, ulinifanya mfungwa wako labda mimi Madiba'' she sings.
Madjozi executed the song so perfectly that she beat many local music acts who corrupt Swaili with ''sheng''.
Unlike most non-Swahili speaking people who would have trouble pronouncing some words, Sho pulled a pro move with her flawless ''Swa''.
The song, which was released barely 24 hours ago, has fast garnered popularity in Kenya and boasts over 110,000 views on YouTube.
On Twitter, Kenyans went crazy with many lauding her for such an exemplary piece.
This, however, is not the first song in which Madjozi used Swahili.
Before John Cena, the lass was rocking the airwaves with her song dubbed Huku, which had lots of Swahili words and lines.
Sho is a South African rapper, singer, songwriter, actress and poet.
The multi-talented singer earned recognition following the release of her debut album Limpopo Champions League, which experimented in fusing different elements from various genres and languages.
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