Sho Madjozi calls on Mzansi to give her new song a beat

Sho Madjozi calls on Mzansi to give her new song a beat

- Sho Madjozi just finished writing a lit new song and the lyrics are flames

- However, the hit-maker still needs a beat to complete the song

- She called on SA producers to come up with a beat and stand a chance to win money in lockdown

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Lockdown has got many people bored at home but Sho Madjozi has given Saffas the opportunity to use their time for something productive.

The John Cena hit-maker took to Instagram over the weekend to share a video of a new song she wrote.

The lyrics have already captured Mzansi's attention but the song still needs a beat. So, Sho Madjozi decided to call on Mzansi producers' help to complete the lit tune.

She revealed that anyone can now come up with a contribution and stand a chance to win some moola in the lockdown period.

She captioned the video:

"Attention Producers! I wrote this song and it needs a beat. Use this sound, put it on a beat and post it with the hashtag #SenaAla.
"BPM: 126. Deadline: April 26. Get that quarantine money let’s goooo. Any genre is welcome."

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Take a look at the video below:

Social media users were excited over the opportunity and they expressed their views in the comment section.

Skyf_beats commented:

"Gonna go APE on this!"

Itsme_tumi wrote:

"Ohhhhhhh yes. Thank you for this opportunity Maya! We'll make sure we do the most!"

Instagram user, sinenhlanhla_khoza, added:

"I can see this being a qgom banger."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Sho Madjozi impressed with a feature on East Africa's Darassa's song.

The rapper shared a snippet of their colourful video on her Instagram page. She wrote, "Yoh, I really love what I do," and thanked the video's producer.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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