Boity is looking forward to her new venture with Def Jam Africa

Boity is looking forward to her new venture with Def Jam Africa

- Boity's music career has just received a major boost

- The Bakae hitmaker has signed a huge deal with Def Jam Africa

- The star said she is looking forward to her new venture with the renowned record label

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Boity Thulo is looking forward to her new venture with Def Jam Africa.

The rapper recently signed with the world renowned record label.

The star has taken to social media to speak about her new deal for the first time since she signed with Def Jam.

Boity said she took a chance when she ventured into music in 2018 and she is glad that it's now paying off.

"I didn’t know how much this music journey had in store for me! Cheers to taking that leap of faith! I look forward to this new venture with Def Jam Africa and the incredible opportunities it will bring!"

The reality TV star has only dropped two songs titled Bakae and Wuz Dat - which was her debut single.

She has also been featured in a couple of songs by SA musos.

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The stunner's excited fans have congratulated her on social media.

@MantsoePout commented:

"This is major! Congratulations, babes."

@PitsiAfrica wrote:

"I'm super glad your things are going well. I was broken when you shared some of your challenges with your music career on your show."

@KagisoSedikwe said:

"You deserve all the best. God is showing off big time. Enjoy every opportunity that comes you're way."

@Elaine_Kwenampe wrote:

"Incredibly excited for you Ausi, hope this is a fruitful relationship that takes your career to new heights."

@Kingsle10664551 added:

"Boity you're dope carry on and own your throne and you deserve it."

Boity's is definitely owning her throne in 2020. The stunner's lit reality TV show Boity: Own Your Throne Season 1 came to an end last month. reported when Nasty C signed with Def Jam Records, he was the first South African rapper to do so.

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