- A video of an unknown lady singing her heart out whilst strumming away on her guitar was shared to Facebook
- Hosikati Senzekile shared the beautiful video of the lady singing If Tomorrow Never Comes
- The passion in the ladies voice paired with her talent makes for an undeniably enjoyable video
A video of a local woman singing her heart out is bringing smiles to the faces of many. Hosikati Senzekile shared a video of the unknown lady with her guitar. According to Hosikati, she asked the lovely lady to sing her a love song.
The lady chose to sing Garth Brooks 1989 hit, If Tomorrow Never Comes. Her rendition of the song is sure to give you goosebumps all over your body. Her passion and pure talent are what has crept into many South Africans hearts.
Hosikati shared the beautiful video to her Facebook page recently and the comments section is flooded with love and positivity.
Take a look at the amazing video below:
Briefly.co.za took to the comments section to see what some Saffas had to say.
Andiswa Mbekeni-Mhlanga wrote:
"Omg!!! She put a WHOLE new meaning to this song... Dammm!!!"
Kgaugelo Huzwhoo Lady-k said:
"Woww. What a beautiful voice, so calm & smooth."
Jabu Magagula commented:
"She's amazing, she got me downloading this song but I wish she could record her version, I would buy it."
Lebogang Mohulatsi added:
"Wow, what a beautiful voice and a talent, no she's an artist."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a talented SA couple that sang Endless Love. Bongi and Collin are a talented gospel-singing duo. They recently covered Lionel Richie and Diana Ross' 1981 hit, Endless Love. A video of the couple singing with their perfect harmonies has gone viral on Facebook.
It was shared to the social networking site by Tebogo Mphohle who simply captioned the video: "Endless Love cover." Their cover of the hit song, which was also sung by Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey in 1994, has already gained over 330 000 views. The couple are clearly very talented individuals but singing together made the cover all the better.
Jonice Magoro commented:
"Ohhhhh my gosh, this is so beautiful... God bless you. You are so good together."
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