- Mzansi singer-songwriter, Amanda Black, has bagged the cover of Drum Magazine's latest issue
- The talented artiste took to social media to share the exciting news with her fans
- Her fans celebrated Amanda's achievement with her by posting congratulatory messages
Mzansi singer-songwriter and recording artist, Amanda Benedicta Antony, who is better known by her stage name, Amanda Black, took to social media to share exciting news with her fans.
Amanda first received recognition in 2016 for the release of her hit single, Amazulu which was nominated for several music awards. She was also celebrated for her album, Power and now again for her new album, Egoli. Due to her success as an upcoming artiste, she was featured in Drum magazine.
She took to Instagram and wrote: "On the cover of @drum_magazine this month . Please be sure to get your copy #Power"
Amanda's post gathered more than 1400 likes and 21 comments from her fans who all congratulated her on this achievement.
Here are some of the comments:
ke_ref: "Your album mami very beautiful, reminds one of the POWER they have within them."
nativechild.co: "Congrats Sis "
khole_rehearsals: "Ulala This one is a keeper."
Meanwhile, about a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Amanda Black's interview with Pearl Thusi on Behind the Story had fans of the show feeling very bad for her.
The singer opened up about how she was allegedly misused in the music industry. She also addressed her departure from Ambitiouz Entertainment and how she was treated.
Amanda then talked about how she went through very dark days after that.
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