- The Idols SA Top 5 remaining contestants have been announced
- Ntokozo was sadly eliminated on Sunday night while Ndoni, Mr Music, Zama, Brandon and ZanoThando still have a chance to win the competition
- Idols SA viewers took to social media after the show to share their thoughts on the Top 5
The Idols SA Top 5 have been announced. Ndoni, Mr Music, Zama, Brandon and ZanoThando are the five contestants still remaining on the singing competition after Ntokozo was eliminated on Sunday night, 15 November
The remaining hopefuls sang their hearts out last night in order to impress the viewers and woo their fans to vote for them. All of them performed twice on the day. They first performed songs that were sang by Wooden Mic contenders and they sang South Africa's most Shazamed hits in the second half of the show.
The viewers of the programme took to social media to share their views on the Top 5 and to reveal who they'll vote for to go to the next round of the competition.
Check out some of their comments below:
"Ndoni congrats on making it to the Top 5."
"Mr Music must gooo guys."
"Ndoni and Mr Music, you guys really deserve to be in the Top 5."
"My favourite is out, I'm done with Idols."
"Already voted for Ndoni 200 votes, even if the judges don't make you a performance of the night we will still vote for you."
"ZanoThando you have me at the edge of my seat I'm even writing this comment with my fingers crossed. Good luck."
"This year I have many favourites, may the best win. I love Idols SA."
In related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kalawa Jazmee Records has bagged a new deal with Idols SA. The winner of Season 16 of the singing competition will be signed to Kalawa.
Veteran musician and one of the owners of the independent record label, DJ Oskido, shared the good news on social media on Monday, 27 October. The star wrote on Instagram:
"We @kalawaJazmeeRecords are happy to partner with @idolsa to sign the winner of Idols SA Season 16."
The stable is owned by Oskido, Spikiri, Mahoota, Bruce Dope, Bra Don Laka and Mjokes. It is home to artists such as Professor, DJ Zinhle and Busiswa, among others. The stable, founded in the 1990's, is also famous for producing musicians such as Boom Shaka, Bongo Maffin, Thebe and Trompies, among others.
The show has parted ways with Gallo Record Company after three years. Kalawa will be in charge of artists and repertoire, (A&R), artist management and marketing.
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