- Mlindo The Vocalist has hinted at dropping a song with Nathi after receiving love online
- This comes after Jub Jub's Ndikhokhele Remix trended at #1 on social media
- Listeners just could not get enough of the beautiful voices, especially from Nathi and Mlindo
The Ndikhokhele Remix by Jub Jub and various artists is out and Mzansi just can't get enough of it. Many fans have agreed that Mlindo The Vocalist and Nathi owned their verses. This has led to many asking the artists to collaborate on future projects, a request Mlindo is considering.
Taking to social media, Mlindo made it known that he is considering working with Nathi on his next project, a prospect that left his fans beyond excited. Hearing the two gorgeous voices would be what Mzansi needs to salvage what has been a very bizarre year.
"Might just do a song with Nathi and make it my next single."
Some excited fans wanted more than just a song. Twitter user MotlalepulaDai1 said:
"Please do, you can even do an album with him man."
"Please do it. Both y'all voices are powerful, y'all going to make magic."
"How about adding Zahara and Samthing Soweto as a remix."
"Don't forget Blaq Diamond."
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Jub Jub's Ndikhokhele Remix is currently trending for all the right reasons on social media. The media personality features musicians such as Dr Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube, Mlindo The Vocalist and Nathi Mankayi, among others, on the dope remake of his classic gospel tune.
Tweeps took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the emotional track after Jub Jub announced that he has dropped its music video on YouTube. The hashtag #NdikhokheleRemix is trending at number one on Twitter (at the time of publication).
In other news, a little girl has become very popular on Instagram after a video showing her singing Master KG's Jerusalema went viral. With her shaky baby's voice, she sang the chorus rendered by Nomcebo Zikode in the song that has become a worldwide hit.
It should be noted that a remix of the same song featured popular Nigerian artist, Burna Boy, whose lines pushed it to a wider audience.
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