- Kelly Khumalo has taken to social media to show off how well she has done for herself
- The talented Mzansi singer has been recognised for her latest, powerful song as it tops local charts
- The song Empini has been named the number 1 Afro soul/Pop song in Mzansi by the Orthority
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Kelly Khumalo has taken to social media to brag about her song reaching an admirable milestone. The songstress' recent offering called Empini has become the top Afro soul/Pop song in the country.
She excitedly shared the information on Instagram and shared how proud she was of herself.
Kelly Khumalo continues to win despite the obstacles thrown in her path. The powerful vocalist has been paid her dues after her track landed on the top spot in Mzansi.
According to the Othority, Empini is the number 1 Afro soul/Pop song in the country. A proud Kelly posted the accolade with the caption:
"Moer maan! I’m so proud of myself @mondlingc thank you from the bottom of my heart."
Social media users shared their thoughts about the achievement. Instagram user iam_umsabaungamazi said:
"Moer maaan! Skhokho has arrived"
"Well done sisi"
"God is GOOD"
"You deserve it"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo has taken to social media to share snaps of her hot body. The songstress showed her fire figure in the steamy snaps she recently shared on Instagram.
The award-winning singer is preparing to drop her new album The Voice Of Africa next month and she's using everything she's got to promote it on her social media pages. The snaps of her body are part of her album's cover, it seems. She captioned one of them:
"We [the continent] are not only rich in culture but in minerals as well, Nigeria produced more than 1.9 million barrels of oil per day in 2014 and ranked as the 11th largest oil producer in the world."
The Empini hitmaker captioned her second pic: "South Africa has one of the deepest gold mines in Africa with about 11 700 feet deep, this mine has been operational since 1893 with a very high production of gold of 80 000 ounces per year."
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