Looking good: Amanda Black starts afresh, chops off all her hair

Looking good: Amanda Black starts afresh, chops off all her hair

- Mzansi singer Amanda Black recently took to social media to share that she has chopped her hair

- The talented musician debuted the bald look and it became an instant hit with fans

- Mzansi social media users flocked her mentions to rave about how spectacular she looks

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Amanda Black has shaven off all her and boy does she look amazing.

The singer was clearly inspired by the need to start afresh especially after a particularly bad 2020.

Taking to Instagram, Black debuted her new look and social media users approved. But no one is really surprised by that, sis looks absolutely breathtaking.

She captioned her post:

“The Art Of Starting Over: 2020 seems to be the year of shedding, letting go and starting a fresh. Yes I’m a baldie now"

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Insta user lelethu_ntwanambi said:

"Haybo Amama sisi"

olpahyawa said:

"You look amazing, wow!!"

zukiep said:

"Beautiful"

Amanda Black starts afresh, chops off all her hair
Amanda Black has cut off all her hair and looks great. Image: @amandablacksa/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Amanda Black’s creative process is the first to be told by Apple Music 'Song Stories'.

'Song Stories' is a short video series that aims to show the creative process' ins and outs of some of Mzansi’s littest artists.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Amanda Black, Ami Faku, Elaine, Nasty C and Sha Sha are just some of the artist Apple Music 'Song Stories', with Amanda being the first.

When anyone listens to a song, especially one that evokes emotion, you automatically think, “I wonder what the story behind this track is?” Well, this is exactly what 'Song Stories' is all about.

Being one of the most sought-after multi-nominated platinum vocalists in Mzansi, Amanda’s songs definitely have stories to tell.

Looking at her most recent release with Nigerian artist, Adekunle Gold Afrika, it is clear to see that Amanda is a proud African woman who deeply appreciates the rawness of the culture-rich continent that she lives on.

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Amanda did not always find it easy living up to her Xhosa heritage. Choosing to speak predominantly English in her earlier years, Amanda really only entrenched in her cultural roots later in life. Poetry was the door that opened Amanda to her Xhosa roots.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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