- Nomcebo Zikode's new song Xola Moya Wam has reached gold status and she couldn't be more grateful
- Seeing the waves Jerusalema has caused on a global scale definitely helped the boom that Nomcebo’s career is experiencing
- Taking to social media with the amazing news, Nomcebo thanked each and every person who made this possible
Nomcebo Zikode cannot believe the blessings she has been showered with. Her new single just reached gold status and Nomcebo couldn’t be more grateful for all the support she has received.
Seeing the waves Jerusalema has caused on a global scale has definitely helped the boom that Nomcebo’s career has experienced. Sis has an angelic voice that is so deserving of this praise.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Nomcebo’s new song Xola Moya Wam has reached gold status. With the endless blessings Nomcebo has received lately, she couldn't put into words just what it means to her to receive this gold status.
Nomcebo Zikode, popularly known as Nomcebo in the music industry, has shaken the whole world with her hit song Jerusalema. Zikode is a South African singer, songwriter and performer.
Taking to social media with the amazing news, Nomcebo expressed her deepest gratitude to every person who made this possible. Nomcebo gave all the glory to God on this win!
“Uma sekulunga kubasengathi akukaze kubhede. God is indeed, my first song ever where I'm not featured to go Gold, thank you so much @MasterKGsa @OpenMicProdSA and everyone else together we've done it again #XolaMoyawamWentGold DVD.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomcebo Zikode has been keeping Mzansi dancing even before taking over the international dance scene with Master KG and their single titled Jerusalema.
Her 2017 song with DJ Ganyani called Emazulwini was also big on South African TV and radio stations. Kobanini was also a dancefloor-filler during last year's festive season. She worked on that track with another popular SA, DJ Mobi Dixon.
The songstress has laughed off suggestions that she's a one-hit-wonder following the success of her collab with Master KG. The song is big internationally and it even started a viral dance challenge across the globe.
"This is not the first song I have recorded to make it big. Even Master KG has released big songs in the past. I recorded a song with DJ Ganyani, Emazulwini, it went very big and people were also saying that I would never record another big song, and then came Jerusalema. I have many more songs like that."
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