- Gqom artist, Busiswa has launched her own record label called, Majestic Music Africa
- She took to social media to share snaps and video clips from the launch, as well as a shout out to her fans who believed in her from the start
- Busiswa spent six fruitful years in the industry and is now ready to help other artists grow as well
Mzansi dance music queen, Busiswa, made a big boss move and gone independent following her departure from Kalawa Jazmee in 2018.
For the longest time, Busiswa was under the guidance of veteran producer and record label owner, DJ Oskido and since parting ways with the record label, she has been gunning for the big league.
Busiswa is now the proud owner of her newly launched record label, Majesty Music Africa.
The singer recently hosted the launch at Max’s Lifestyle in Umlazi and said she wished to bring new talent to the industry. She has spent six fruitful years in the industry and is now ready to help other artists climb the entertainment industry ladder.
Her former boss, Oskido congratulated Busiswa on Twitter, wishing her well, and promising her that Kalawa will forever support her on this wonderful new journey.
Busiswa shared a few snaps from the launch on her Instagram page to express her excitement. Take a look below:
Busiswa spoke to the Daily Sun and described Majestic Music as a place for royalty and queens. “I’m looking for young new females who are ready to kick a** in the game,” she said.
Busiswa only has one artist signed but said she is not in a rush as she is looking for a business platform to provide mentorship opportunities for newcomers.
Meanwhile, about two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that it was so wonderful to see women celebrating one another’s achievements.
Busiswa recently shared a special moment with Moonchild Sanelly during one of their shows and it was luckily caught on camera. Busiswa and Moonchild are not only partners in music, they are sisters in life.
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