- Sho Madjozi is still with Sony Music Entertainment despite signing an international deal with Epic Records
- The muso told The Plug magazine that signing to Epic Records didn’t mean she was done with her previous label Sony Music Entertainment
- Sho is currently in studio working on a single that she will drop under Epic Records
Sho Madjozi recently signed to lit international record label, Epic Records. The musician, according to reports, will continue being a member of her previous record label Sony Music Entertainment despite being signed to Epic.
According to SAHipHopMag, Sho told The Plug magazine that being signed to Epic Records didn’t mean she was done with her previous label Sony Music Entertainment.
“We’re working at a special company at a special time and we couldn’t be prouder than we are of our local star Sho and our big sister Sylvia for partnering to make this happen,” said Sean Watson, Managing Director of Sony Music Entertainment Africa.
Sho will be dropping her next single under Epic Records, the publication reports.
Chairman and CEO of Epic Records, Sylvia Rhone, said Sho is "beautifully" waving the flag for South Africa.
“African artists are enjoying an unprecedented level of visibility in music and Sho Madjozi is beautifully waving the flag for South Africa. She’s bold, brilliant and remarkably talented and her music embodies all that is special about her homeland. We’re honoured to have her as the newest member of the Epic family.”
Briefly.co.za reported that Sho's new label represents famous rappers Travis Scott and Future. The label was also home to legendary musician Michael Jackson.
Still on Sho's good news, the stunner has decided to make a documentary to showcase her Tsonga culture and all the amazing garments that come with it. Sho wants to educate the world on the meaning behind these beautiful garments.
Sho has managed to turn traditional attire into modern fashion and hopes this documentary will inspire many to do the same, keeping culture alive.
“I think the threat of us losing our culture to western influences has made it that we just protect it. We just hold on to the way it was then, instead of letting young people also evolve it and change.”
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