- Rappers Big Zulu, Zakwe, Duncan and Wiseman Mncube from Uzalo are working on a new song together
- The news was confirmed by Zakwe when he posted that the four of them were in studio on Tuesday evening
- Wiseman plays the role of S'bonelo on the popular SABC1 telenovela and Mzansi can't wait to here him in a song
KwaZulu-Natal born rappers Zakwe, Big Zulu and Duncan have shared that they are working on a new record together. The musicians have also roped in Uzalo actor Wiseman Mncube.
Zakwe took to social media to share that the four of them were working in studio on Tuesday night, 1 September while the rest of us were sleeping. Zakwe shared a photo of all of them together and captioned his post:
"Nilale Kahle, siyazama la estudio (Good night, we're trying here in studio)."
Duncan, Zakwe and Big Zulu have been in the music industry for a long time now while most peeps only know Wiseman as an actor. He portrays the character of S'bonelo on the popular telenovela, Uzalo.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Zakwe's album titled Cebisa was recently certified gold. It was the first time that one of his projects reached a gold status since he joined the music industry ten years ago.
Big Zulu is also doing well for himself. His debut album titled Ungqongqoshe Wongqongqoshe was nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category at this year's South African Music Awards.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that My Yoki Yoki singer Vhudi has confirmed that there's an album on the way. In an exclusive interview with Briefly.co.za, the musician also dismissed claims that he has signed a contract with any record label.
The star was recently booted out of Idols SA and many viewers speculated that the judges had to let him go because he has found a stable already.
"I'm doing this as an independent artist," Vhudi explained.
Mzansi fell in love with Vhudi when he auditioned for the singing competition in Johannesburg. He sang his own original song My Yoki Yoki and it became an instant hit. Even the judges of the show bopped their heads and sang along with him.
Vhudi said that he wanted to be original as possible on the popular music competition.
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