- Nomcebo Zikode's Xola Moya Wam' has amassed over five million views on YouTube in just over a month
- The singer gained worldwide recognition after she was featured in Master KG's hit song Jerusalema
- Nomcebo recently spoke out about being labelled a one-hit wonder by some Mzansi folk
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Nomcebo Zikode has a reason to celebrate after her new single Xola Moya Wam' garnered over five million views on YouTube in just over a month.
Nomcebo, who became a household name after the success of Jerusalema, has cemented her name in the music industry with her latest achievement.
The starlet has two YouTube uploads of the song. The first one is the official audio which has two million views and the second one was uploaded prior to the official audio and is sitting at over three million views.
Nomcebo has definitely exceeded expectations and silenced all those who said she would be a one-hit wonder.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomcebo Zikode had 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 dance-floor 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."
The singer told TshisaLIVE that anyone who is still questioning her talent must do a bit of research about her music journey.
"Anyone who thinks that I am a one-hit wonder must go study up on me and check all that I have done."
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