- South African singer Makhadzi's song Murahu has reached two million views on YouTube after only a month
- Makhadzi took to social media platform Twitter to share the news with her "Khadzinators"
- A few social media users were concerned about why her video was uploaded under the record label and not her own channel
Mzansi singer Makhadzi has made a real name for herself in the music industry and she has shown that she's taking no prisoners. The songstress recently took to social media to share that one of her music videos reached a big milestone.
Makhadzi's song Murahu has reached two million views on YouTube after only a month since its upload to the video streaming site. She took to social media to thank her fans for making it possible:
"Murahu reached 2 million views in 1 month, thank you Khadzinators," wrote Makhadzi.
Makhadzi, real name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, released her first album in 2012 but only made her breakthrough in 2019. Since then, the 24-year-old has become one of Mzansi's favourite performers because she has everlasting energy on stage.
Briefly.co.za put together a number of reactions from social media for Makhadzi's achievement. Some people were concerned that Makhadzi was not uploading her videos under her own channel. Take a look at some of the replies below:
@the_most_humbl_ commented: "I have a question. Why do you not post your videos under your channel? Because I’m sure you’d still get the same views and more."
@RdMixture said: "Makhadzi I don't want to be negative. I think you should put all your videos under your YouTube channel, so that it can be under you. Record labels are not to be trusted these days."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mzansi reacted to a video of Makhadzi breaking it down. Mzansi social media users reacted to an impressive video of Makhadzi breaking it down during her recent performance. The energetic musician's dance moves impressed many people who watched the video.
The clip was shared online by Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo, who recently expressed that he just could not get enough of Makhadzi's dance moves. Mohale, who is married to Mzansi celeb Somizi, posted the clip on Twitter.
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