Latest Zola songs 2019 – 2020

Latest Zola songs 2019 – 2020

Bonginkosi Dlamini popularly known by his stage name as Zola is a South Africa born musician, actor, poet and presenter. He was born on 24th April 1977 in a small village within the township of Soweto. It is through his childhood village where he grew up that he adopted his name, Zola. Zola songs are great hits in the country and beyond borders making him a celebrity.

Zola 7 new song 2019

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Zola stars as the most celebrated Kwaito artist in the country making him enjoy success in his music. Dlamini is talented in his work as he does not only perform but also writes and produces his music. Zola songs have been a great success both to him and those he features with.

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Zola songs

Here is a list of Zola albums and songs he has released 2019-2020:

1. Hola Tjovitjo

This is his latest single featuring T. Nale and was released on 23rd August 2019. Zola had earlier written to his fans about his upcoming single on Tweeter.

2. Skhobho ne-Hennessy

The Zola 7 new song 2019 which is called Skhobho ne-Hennessy released in May 2019 has been a great hit in the industry. The Zola new song has been embraced by many people, terming him as the most celebrated artist.

3. The River

His latest collabo is the song titled ‘The River’ featuring Muzi, Zola 7, Mahotella Queens under the album called EGOLI. The song was released in 2019.

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Zola albums

You can get Zola 7 songs mp3 download at Zola songs fakaza iminathi which is your best South Africa music site.

Zola songs download

You can download all his songs and save them on your phone or laptop so that you can always listen and watch whenever you need. You can stream live on YouTube and later save them as well.

Despite coming from a village popularly known for high crime rate, alcoholism, unemployment and single-parent families, this didn’t deter Zola songs hitting and making it in the music industry. At one point Bonginkosi father, who was believed to be one of the Mchunu clan, left his family at the mercy of their mother. Together with the siblings, they were left at a tender age forcing Dlamini to indulge in crime where he at one point served a prison sentence after stealing a car.

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In the beginning, Bonginkosi Dlamini was not a fan of Kwaito music as it was viewed not to have a message. He, however, changed that narrative by adding chants and chorus to improve the music. Zola songs have inspired young guys from the ghetto to get in gainful activities instead of begging and indulging in crime. He has also dedicated his life to helping the less fortunate in South Africa and the African continent at large.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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