- Moonchild Sanelly has received love from the UK after one of the country's newspapers wrote a raving review about her music career
- The Mzansi musician was described in the UK article as a favourite of US superstar, Beyoncé
- Moonchild, who is a Gqom artist, recently shared the lovely article with her followers on social media
Mzansi musician Moonchild Sanelly is finally getting the international recognition she deserves. The star recently shared a piece of a newspaper article that was written about her and her music in the UK.
The article described the Bashiri hitmaker as one of Mzansi's "most striking artists" who is "unapologetic about female desire" in her music. Moonchild, who is famous for her sexy dance moves, steamy lyrics and trademark blue braids, captioned her Twitter post:
"What is currently being said about Moonchild Sanelly in the UK."
The article also described Moonchild, who is a mostly a Gqom artist, as "a favourite of Beyoncé". The star has worked with Bey on The Lion King: The Gift soundtrack and on her recent project Black Is King.
Moonchild's fans have also shared their thoughts on the newspaper article. Check some of their comments below:
"We've been having it! Welcome world to the @Moonsanelly show."
"That last global beats part, I bet it also had you like."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Moonchild got real with fans a few months back and let them in on some deep facts about her softer side. Often we judge celebs based on what we see on TV, stage and interpret from their music, but that is not all that they are.
Taking some time to get personal with fans, the musician decided to give them some inside info that would allow them to better understand her. Admitting that she puts on a strong face and fearless persona, Moonchild revealed that behind closed doors she is actually a pretty emotional person.
The star wanted people to know that she often cries, and that it is ok. She does not see her tears as weakness but strength. Taking to social media, Moonchild revealed that most of her tears are cried behind closed doors and are often because of relationships. She also reminded peeps that there is no shame in crying, tears hold more power than many give credit to.
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