- Makhadzi’s highly anticipated album just sent her trending on social media
- By the looks of the endless comments on social media, Makhadzi has created an album worth waiting for
- Some are going as far as saying that Makhadzi’s new album is the best album they have ever heard
Makhadzi’s highly anticipated album just sent her trending on social media. The people of Mzansi are raving about the album and are glad that it dropped just in time for their weekend groove.
The hashtag #KokovhaAlbum is all over social media and for good reason. Makhadzi has delivered on her promise to bring the people an unforgettable album.
By the looks of the endless comments on social media, Makhadzi has created an album that has impressed far and wide. Some are going as far as saying that Makhadzi’s new album is the best album they have ever heard.
“I wanted to rearrange the tracks according to my favorite but I really can't because they are all my favourite Fire. Thank you @makhadzimuimbi for giving us the best music all the time #KokovhaAlbum.”
“#KokovhaAlbum is the only language that I understand at this moment #Makhadzi #murahu.”
"#makhadzi #KokovhaAlbum They should remove this and put our queen @makhadzimuimbi Best artist ever in planet Earth FireFireFireFireFire.”
“#KokovhaAlbum African Queen @makhadzimuimbi... I've been waiting for this song for so long.”
“#makhadzi this is the best album ever #KokovhaAlbum makhadzi ḽi a nyisa vhanna album yoṱhe ahuna track na nthihi ya flop.”
Makhadzi has been blown away by the overwhelming support. Seeing all the messages has really touched her heart and so Makhadzi took to social media to thank her fans. Her album is trending at number one.
“#kokovhaalbum thanks for your love.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that popular Limpopo sensation, Makhadzi, is the latest celeb to be featured on Podcast and Chill with MacG. During the emotional interview, the performer revealed the heartbreaking journey she had to endure to achieve her current success.
Makhadzi opened up about leaving her rural Venda village before Johannesburg, she also shared some disturbing details about the exploitation she endured.
According to the musician, she was bitten by the performing bug after winning a talent competition at age 12. She then went to Polokwane to look for more competitions and work in the entertainment industry.
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