- My Yoki Yoki singer Vhudi has revealed that he was trying to impress a girl when he came up with the lyrics of his song
- Vhudi trended on Mzansi's social media platforms after he performed the viewers' fave number on Sunday
- When he auditioned in Johannesburg for Idols SA, he decided to sing his original piece and Mzansi loved it
Musician Vhudi has explained the meaning of his song titled My Yoki Yoki. The 20-year-old man has been trending on social media ever since he performed the song on popular Mzansi singing competition, Idols SA.
When he auditioned in Johannesburg, the show's judges Somizi Mhlongo, Randall Abrahams, Unathi Nkanyi and guest judge Buhle Mda sang along to the musician's song.
The rising star has revealed that he was trying to impress a girl when he wrote the number. Instead of impressing the girl, Vhudi impressed thousands of the show's viewers.
Briefly.co.za reported that even though many did not even understand the lyrics of the track, his talent was enough to impress.
The young man from Limpopo has explained the true meaning of the song to SowetanLIVE.
"I was trying to impress someone when I wrote the song. I didn’t get the girl, but she was very excited about the song. Yes, My Yoki Yoki is shortened from 'My Yonkinto’. It just came up as I was writing the song."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee took to social media to promote his bae's new single titled Yamukela. Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo, famously known by her stage name Zola Zeelovin, will officially drop the new single on 21 August.
The radio personality will release the track under Kaybee's record label, Lowkey Records. The award-winning Kaybee recently excitedly shared the snippet of his bae's new song on Twitter. He captioned the post:
"Proud of you... @ZolaZeelovin @lowkeyrecordsZA"
Zola retweeted Kaybee's post. She said she was closer to realising her dreams and emphasised she is blessed to have Prince Kaybee in her corner.
"Closer to my dreams. This means a lot Billion and I am utterly blessed with your continued support. I am going to make you so proud!!"
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