Sho Madjozi receives some mad recognition from US rapper Missy Elliot

Sho Madjozi receives some mad recognition from US rapper Missy Elliot

- Yuuuus, Sho MAdjozi is on international fire

- Our girl killed it on the popular YouTube show, Colours and US rapper Missy Elliot noticed it

- Missy Elliot re-posted Sho's performance and showed her some mad love

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American rapper, singer, songwriter, Missy Elliot is apparently a huge fan of Sho Madjozi. Missy Elliot recently reacted to Madjozi’s performance at the Colours Show which turned out to be a killer presentation.

The show is a unique aesthetic music platform which showcases exceptional talent from around the world. As if scooping a BET Award wasn’t enough; Sho is absolutely killing it!

Briefly.co.za knows that the South African rapper has a number of award behind her name and was the second South African this year to perform on the popular YouTube show, Colours.

This bubbly personality is a hard worker and the performance she delivered was far beyond what people were expecting. Sho’s ability to incorporate the Tsonga culture through her music captured the attention of US legendary Missy Elliot.

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The title of Madjozi’s song, John Cena, America’s wrestling champion, caught the attention of viewers expressing how lit it was. The reason for the wrestler trending in South Africa is because of his legendary line “You can’t see me”. With this, Madjozi used her creative side, coming up with amazing lyrics catchy lyrics.

The reaction from Missy Elliot came down to one word “Supa” complemented with fire emojis. This proves that she was captivated by the originality of Sho’s performance.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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