- Nandi Madida is one of many Mzansi artists who featured in Beyoncé's Black Is King visual album
- Her stellar performance as Nala on the film has impressed US veteran actress Taraji P Henson
- Taraji took to social media to let the beautiful Nandi know that she saw her in the epic film
Nandi Madida is doing extremely well for herself. The multi-talented star recently won a SAMA award and she did a great job on Beyonce's Black Is King visual album. She portrayed the role of Nala in Bey's film and she's getting international recognition for her stellar performance.
The stunner took to Instagram on Thursday, 3 September to show off her SAMA award which she physically received recently and many, including talented US actor Taraji P Henson, took to her comment section to congratulate her
In the video, Nandi thanked her fans for winning the prestigious award for the first time in her life. The singer and rapper K.O won the Best Collaboration award for their hit song Say U Will.
According ZAlebs, Taraji also took to the gorgeous media personality's comment section to drop a congratulatory message. Taraji commented:
"CONGRATS BEAUTIFUL!!! Saw you in #BlackIsKing."
The stunner's fans also congratulated her for her big win. Below are some of their comments:
"My favourite! Congratulations beautiful."
"Congratulations! We are celebrating with you."
"Congratulations hun! You deserve it!"
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee took to social media to praise Drake for helping him chart the the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The internationally acclaimed Mzansi DJ worked with Drake and Jorja Smith on the smash hit titled Get It Together.
The Superman hitmaker shared Drake's "stimulus package" on Instagram and applauded him for always helping other artists get into the Hot 100 chart.
Drake has also helped other artists such as 2 Chainz, 21 Savage, French Montana and Future, among others, chart on the Hot 100. The Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the US for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales (physical and digital), radio play, and online streaming in the US. Black Coffee captioned his post:
"Big up to @champagnepapi for always sending the elevator back down. More life."
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