- Nandi Madida reportedly had a chat with co-founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.
- The talented singer apparently chatted about a variety of things, but specifically mentioned her new song, Organic
- Nandi's song promotes body positivity and shows her golden heart shines through in everything she does
Nandi Madida is making power moves as she revealed on Twitter that she had recently met with the creator and CEO of the platform, Jack Dorsey.
The singer mentioned that she was honoured to have had the opportunity to meet with the social media executive and inspired to have had a glimpse into the community he's built. The homegrown songstress is making Mzansi proud and getting her message to go global.
The singer reportedly spoke about body positivity which is also a main theme of her new song, Organic.
Nandi's tweet read:
"I had the honour of speaking to CEO and Co-founder of twitter @Jack about a month ago (I still can’t believe it) and it’s just beautiful to see the Global community he’s created with Twitter. Today I experienced how small the world can be with the release of Organic. Big up bro"
Organic is a song that Nandi co-wrote with her hubby, Zakes Bantwini, and its message is all abut the celebration of African bodies and promoting self-love.
Nandi mentioned in her tweet how small the world can be and we cannot wait to see what the talented performer comes up with next.
In other Nandi-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on the singer's SAMA standing ovation in she received in April of this year.
Nandi walked away a winner at the South African Music Awards (SAMA 26). Of course, due to the pandemic that hit 2020, the awards seasons all looked a bit different in order to comply with COVID regulations.
But not even a global crisis can stand in the way of Nandi's talents. The superstar was nominated alongside K.O. for their collaboration Say U Will. After clinching the win, both beloved artists are so loved by Mzansi that the virtual crowd gave them a standing ovation for their achievement.
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