- Sho Madjozi and Makhadzi are cooking up some magic for fans and it looks like it's going to be a banger
- The two stars, who both hail from Limpopo, were photographed together on the set of a music video
- Makhadzi looked glam in an all-white jumpsuit ensemble, while Sho Madjozi was her usual colourful self in orange and pink
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Limpopo pop sensations Makhadzi and Sho Madjozi are working together. The ladies were spotted on a music video set in Soweto, Johannesburg.
Their futuristic and colourful attire could only mean one thing - a banger song is on the way. Makhadzi wore all-white and Sho Madjozi shone in pink pants and an orange top. Makhadzi rocked large beads in her braids, while Sho kept hers yellow.
Makhadzi posted about the experience on her Instagram page.
She wrote, "Aweee, Sho Madjozi. Thank you for having me and I really had lots of fun shooting together with your team."
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Fans can't wait to see and hear what the talented pair are cooking up. Check out a few of their comments below:
"The queens are in the house."
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Sho Madjozi had signed a new record deal with a label that represents the likes of Future and Travis Scott. Epic Records has also previously represented Michael Jackson.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG’s global groove sensation, Jerusalema, had its music video removed from YouTube and fan were going off their heads.
Often videos are removed from YouTube for some legal reason, but there really was no logical explanation for as to why this music video was removed, especially after all the positivity the track has broth to the world during such a glum time. Briefly.co.za learnt that the music video just randomly disappeared off of YouTube and fans did not know what was going on. Social media blew up as fans demanded the music video be put back where it was found.
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