- Nomcebo Zikode has been trending on social media since dropping her lit album Xola Moya Wami
- The singer has had a very successful year following the success of Master KG's hit Jerusalema
- Social media users have praised the songstress for dropping lit new music
Nomcebo Zikode is having a very successful 2020. The songstress and Master KG's smash hit Jerusalema has been keeping dance floors full in almost all the countries in the world.
The singer's new album Xola Moya Wami has received raving reviews since she released it. Mzansi social media users have also showed love to the KZN-born star. Her fans took to Twitter to praise her for dropping such as hot album.
The musician, like expected, worked with her favourite collaborator Master KG on almost all the songs in the album.
Her fans have thanked her for keeping them dancing amid the Covid-19 lockdown. Check out some of their comments below:
"This album is really a great hit... Appreciation to Nomcebo and her team for continuing to make SA dance."
"I don't care if you follow me or not but this track right there is fire."
"The healing on this song Mann."
"Thank you my sister for following me. I had already done that before you said so coz I love your music so much. Your voice is so irreplaceable. I'm really happy Nkosi."
"#xolamoyawamalbum a very soulful, therapeutic album with great vibes... Siyafana on repeat!"
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi took to social media to appreciate legendary musician Zola 7 after Cassper Nyovest dropped their new song on Friday, 21 February.
Zola released hit after hit during his hey days and the citizens of Mzansi decided to give him his flowers while the is still alive. The Woof Woof hitmaker, real name Bonginkosi Dlamini, did not just give the country street anthems but he was also a hell of a good actor.
He slayed the character of Papa Action on Yizo Yizo. He also had one of the most-watched shows called Zola 7 where he made the dreams of SA youths come true.
Some of his fans took to Twitter and praised the star for the good deeds he has done for the country. Some encouraged him to drop new music.
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