- Viggy and Virginia Qwabe of Idols SA fame have released music video of their debut song
- The twins' single, titled Hamba, has been doing well on music charts across the country
- The twins now share South African stages with superstars such as AKA
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Just last year, the Qwabe twins were living a normal life in their rural neighbourhood of KwaDukuza in KwaZulu-Natal when they decided to audition for Idols SA Season 15.
Their lives strangely changed for the better when one of the twins, Virginia, was voted off the reality singing show in August last year.
Viggy unexpectedly withdrew from the singing competition on her own accord just hours after her twin sister's exit from the show.
Many social media users believed Viggy's decision to voluntarily withdraw from the prestigious competition would end the twins’ dream of being part of Mzansi's music industry.
But their decision to ditch the competition has seen them ruling the airwaves and even releasing a music video.
Their chart-topping single is titled Hamba. It features their boss DJ Tira. They are signed under DJ Tira's stable, Afrotainment.
The twins are now sharing the stage and microphones with some of the best musicians the country has to offer.
They are also collaborating with best producers and hitmakers from around the country, such as Sunel Musician.
They posted on Instagram that they had a “great studio session” with Sunel.
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Tira signed the twins soon after their exit from the competition as thousands of their fans showed interest in their talent on social media.
The twins’ wardrobe has changed from that of normal gir from next door to that of a popstars.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that since the release of the music video for Hamba about a month ago it has already received over a million views - a clear indication that the twins are wildly popular.
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