Sho Madjozi makes Apple Music's New Artist Spotlight 2019 list

Sho Madjozi makes Apple Music's New Artist Spotlight 2019 list

- Sho Madjozi is among many African artists to make Apple Music's New Artist Spotlight 2019 list

- The award-winning rapper was chosen as Apple Music's January star this year

- Mzansi should be super proud as Sho continues to break through barriers and aim for success

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Sho Madjozi has earned another milestone as a South African artist to be listed on the Apple Music’s New Artist Spotlight 2019 list.

The New Artist Spotlight is an artist development feature where Apple Music shines a light on emerging artists from across the African continent. The 2019 platform highlighted artists across a range of genres from R&B and hip-hop to trapsoul and Afrobeats.

It highlighted the breakthrough of Easten Cape's Afrosoul sensation, Ami Faku, to Sio’s album receiving support on Apple Music’s Electronic editor page in several countries around the world and the vibrant Sho Madjozi releasing her debut top 10 album and twice entering Apple Music Top 40 with her viral hot singles, “Huku” and “John Cena”.

The New Artist Spotlight list has highlighted artists at different stages of growth and career trajectories over the course of 2019.

The full list of 2019 new artist spotlight musicians were Sho Madjozi (January), Tellaman (February), Manu Grace (March), Wurld (April), King Lutendo (May), lordkez (June), King Promise (July), Elizée and Malachi (August), Sio (September), Ami Faku (October), Elaine (November) and Sha Sha (December).

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About a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that politics can be a sensitive issue and can cause heated debates and discussions. This much Sho Madjozi figured out after a comment in a tweet.

The popular singer weighed in on the crisis that the South African Airways finds itself in and also talked about the looting she believes was done during Jacob Zuma's time as leader of the country.

Soon, a lot of criticism came flowing in and Sho was trending on Twitter. Her fans didn't stand for it and swiftly came to her defence.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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