- Kelly Khumalo is trending on social media after her Empini track just went gold
- Taking to social media with a little live YouTube celebration, Kelly shared this momentous moment with fans and some close friends
- Social media has been buzzing with praise as fans rejoice in Kelly’s success
Kelly Khumalo is trending on social media for all the right reasons. Her Empini track just went gold and the songstress is floating on cloud nine.
Taking to social media with a little live YouTube celebration, Kelly shared this momentous moment with fans and some close friends. Having her Empini reach gold status is something Kelly is beyond proud of.
Yes, babes, show them what you are made of!
“Kelly Khumalo finally trends for her talent. I love it. Somizi said she is the best vocalist in SA and he is right. Ain't nobody touching Kelly. Her vocals are out of this world. I stan a Queen. Look at Somizi standing next to her like a proud dad.”
Social media has been buzzing with praise as fans rejoice in Kelly’s success. It was been a long time coming and this is a much-needed win. Kelly deserves the recognition she has received and fans are overjoyed to see her getting some credit for her undeniable talent.
“Congratulations @KellyKhumaloZA! What a powerhouse, an amazing vocalist. Keep rising Sis! It's such a beautiful day in music! Kelly Khumalo.”
“Retweet if you think Kelly Khumalo is in Brenda Fassie's footstep.”
“Kelly Khumalo doing the most ngale on Insta #tboexperience.”
“It is your time to sparkle and shine like the stars in the sky. Hard work pays off, congratulations @kellykhumaloza.”
“The Album was worth the wait. Every song speaks to me. You gave it your all. You are exactly who you think you are. Don't ever doubt it. Congratulations, I love you.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kelly Khumalo, the voice of Africa, has responded to claims that she is trading in her pop career for a gospel one.
Kelly is reinforcing a message she posted last year already when she told fans that she has no intentions of making the move to gospel music.
The chart-topping Esphambanweni has the singer very grateful for the positive response to the song but denies that it is pure gospel. Kelly was quoted by TimesLive as saying that she is "just an artist who sings gospel".
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