Fans want more: Busiswa delivers hot verse on #5minFinesse online show

Fans want more: Busiswa delivers hot verse on #5minFinesse online show

- Mzansi muso Busiswa left her Namibian fans begging for more on Thursday night

- The Bazoyenza hitmaker was featured on the first episode of Season 3 of DJ Dreas'#5minFinesse show

Busiswa performed a verse from her smash hit titled For The Culture

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Musician Busiswa Gqulu is not only big in South Africa but in other countries as well.

Her music is well received in neighbouring countries such as Botswana, Lesotho and even Namibia, among others.

The Bazoyenza hitmaker left her Namibian fans begging for more following her interview with the country's DJ Dreas on his Instagram show titled #5minFinesse.

According to NAlebrity, the online show returned at midnight and had many thrilled. It was episode one of the show's Season 3.

Busiswa hailed DJ Dreas for his show which has given up-and-coming artists a platform to showcase their talents. The show attracted more than 1 200 people on Thursday night, reports NAlebrity.

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The Mzansi star then gave Namibians a little taste of her music. She delivered an amazing verse from her hit Amapiano song titled For The Culture. Her fans couldn't stop heaping praises on her energy and lyrics.

Busiswa appreciates the support her music enjoys in that country.

Some of the peeps who watched the show couldn't hold their excitement and took to social media to show love to Busiswa and Dreas.

monica__nkandi commented:

"A queen, I stan."

the___nally wrote:

"Thank you DJ for another great one."

novaturient_nonchalant said:

"God's blessings for starting this #5minuteFinesse platform. We are entertained."

brownwalto added:

"For the culture!! Big ups bro. Much love."

In other news, has reported that DJ Black Coffee has raised over R500 000 for Mzansi's Covid-19 relief fund through his online live concert series. After seeing how successful the first concert was, Black Coffee decided to continue to help raise funds.

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