- Elaine showed Mzansi that she was too far gone when she shared a photoset on social media of herself rocking some fresh threads
- She was wearing the label NOCTA, which is a collaboration between Nike and the rapper Drake
- Mzansi social media users weighed in and commented on just how well Elaine is doing for herself
South African singer Elaine came onto the scene last year with her first EP Elements and it was a favourite among many in Mzansi. She then reached greater heights when she got signed to the popular American record label, Columbia Records.
Elaine, full name Ndivhuwo Elaine Mukheli, is now rolling with the big guns and she showed it off on Twitter. She posted a photoset of herself wearing Drake's new collaboration with Nike, NOCTA.
Mzansi social media users were stunned when Elaine shared on Twitter that she is rocking merchandise that she received from Drake. The 21-year old was rocking a mustard puffer jacket along with black sweat pants and a black hoodie.
Briefly.co.za gathered a few reactions from social media users on Elaine's latest look. Take a look at the reactions below:
@Pablo_Bajah said: "She will be the standard of what's to come for the next ten years, just have to see her moves next year."
@jasmineKardash commented: "Yah no. We did her good. I’m so happy for her."
@Clint0nicTEe said: "Nocta is so dope. I'm sure that jacket alone is 1 million."
@MissArmandy commented: "She basically said I’m the female Drizzy."
@felloutmars said: "She's the biggest female artist in SA and she deserves this."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kabza De Small and Elaine are amongst the most-streamed on artists Deezer in 2020. Kabza De Small, Elaine, Nasty C and DJ Maphorisa are among the most popular Mzansi artists on Deezer in 2020.
The music streaming service recently revealed their most-streamed artists, songs and albums this year. Deezer revealed that Kabza tops the list of the most-streamed artists in South Africa. Songstress Elaine claimed the Number 1 spot with her project Elements when it came to the most-played album on the global audio streaming service.
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