- Sho Madjozi decided to treat her fans to a hilarious break-down of her new song Di Hawks
- The song speaks about the law enforcement unit which has been arresting state figures who have been looting the country
- Mzansi social media users were amused by the explanation and shared how much they loved the song
Sho Madjozi recently took to social media to explain the meaning behind her new song titled Di Hawks. The Limpopo musician broke down the lyrics and provided English subtitles so that others could understand what she was singing about.
Madjozi revealed that Di Hawks is a "love letter" to the law enforcement unit with the same name. The Hawks have been on an arresting spree lately and detaining all those who have been siphoning state funds.
The rapper expressed her gratitude to the crime unit for helping capture the trouble-makers.
The lyrics of her song hilariously tell the story of a big spender who was subsequently arrested by the Hawks. Trust Sho Madjozi to find the fun in public arrests. Lol.
Social media users were amused by her explanation while others raved about how much they love the song.
Twitter user ChavalalaV said:
"The EP is doing well. I love it."
"Someone send this video to the RET Gang. Please."
"Fantastic. Mkhulu approves. Love the energy. The lyrics are so relevant. Fly the Tsonga flag with pride."
"Looool Madjozi... The Hawks have arrived."
"My favourite on the EP."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Sho Madjozi has explained that her new mixtape is a celebratory project. The musician released her nine-track project last Friday, 27 November. The stunner has reportedly shared that she wants to pay respect to where she comes from with the new mixtape.
The Limpopo star also revealed that she has given other artists a spotlight to shine on the new project
She features less-known artists such as Sunglen Chabalala, Russian Army and DJ Mfundhisi on the mixtape titled What A Life. Sho shared that she hopes the artists she features will become successful as she is.
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