Bashiri trends as Moonchild drops song, inspires new challenge

Bashiri trends as Moonchild drops song, inspires new challenge

- Moonchild Sanelly recently dropped her new EP "Nudes" and the song "Bashiri" is trending on social media

- Mzansi peeps were sharing videos of themselves dancing to the Gqom jam and loving the sound of the track

- The song has inspired a new challenge on social media known as the #BashiriChallenge

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"Gqom Queen" Moonchild Sanelly recently dropped her new song Bashiri and fans all over Mzansi are loving it. The summer jam has been making waves all over social media and fans are dancing along to the tune.

A Twitter user (@IamClaro) posted a video of two girls dancing to the jam Bashiri and they look like they are having the time of their lives. The Twitter user captioned the video:

"Moonsanelly's brand new single Bashiri, taken off her "Nudes" EP has finally dropped fam."
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Bashiri trends as Moonchild Sanelly drops new song, inspires new challenge

Moonchild Sanelly's new single "Bashiri" is trending and has inspired a new challenge on social media. Image: @Moonsanelly, @IamClaro
Source: Twitter

Mzansi social media users reacted to the video and Moonchild's latest jam. Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions:

@MtshweniBlack said: "December wouldn’t be December without our Queen."
@Thee_Cherri commented: "Ayyy Bashiri is a jam and a half actually, let’s all khipha ama badi."
@UNonnie said: "Jongani ke bantase, my fave Moonchild Sanelly released a new EP and she has me hooked on this 1 single, Bashiri."
@_renaey_xx commented: "One thing about Moonchild Sanelly? She will forever release bops. Her EP “Nudes” is out now, give it a listen."
@HermaineM_ said: "I'm joining the challenge, angeke."

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Unathi got up close and personal with DJ Black Coffee and Euphonik. Unathi Nkayi and Alessandro Khojane recently sat down with Black Coffee and Euphonik on episode three of Festive Get-Together in The Life Artois.

The hour-long finale features the globetrotting DJs who are also best friends. The duo take Mzansi behind the scenes of their successful international careers, revealing a side to them that fans very rarely see. Growing up, Black Coffee did not have much, but he had his music. He gives us a front row seat on how the man that is Black Coffee was made.

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Euphonik shares that he was fortunate to grow up in a loving home and that his father was his best friend and biggest support system.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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