- Mzansi rapper and amapiano artist Focalistic is currently in Tanzania performing his music
- The local artist explained how he persevered even when people doubted him
- He excitedly shared how proud his mother and community were of him
Focalistic performed in Tanzania recently and could not have been more proud of himself.
Taking to his Twitter account, the South African musician shared pics from the lit performance and was showered with compliments from social media users.
The muso went on to say that he was proud of how resilient he has been despite the trying circumstances. He gushed about how his mother and community were proud of him.
“I’m always grateful man.I stayed resilient . People said the sound wouldn’t work! They said I’m too Pitori. They said I sound WHACK!! God said Yes!! Now we rocking sold out shows back to back in different African countries!! My whole hood is proud and my mom? SHE LOVES IT.”
Twitter user ThabangBando said:
“Can we all agree that 2020 was Focalistic's year?”
“Ramaphosa needs to lockdown Tanzania.”
“I won’t lie, I used to think you were whack, now I’m probably one of your biggest fans. Glad you prevailed bro, it’s your time now.”
“The fact that you sound too Pitori is the reason we love your music more!! Stara ke stara man, keep working hard you deserve more.”
“You are talented-period.”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that South African singer Makhadzi posted a picture of herself looking comfortable with Amapiano artist Focalistic and the fans were loving it. Makhadzi shared the snap on Twitter and wrote a sweet caption to accompany the picture.
"I met my thinging," said Makhadzi.
Focalistic and Makhadzi are two artists who made musical breakthroughs this year in their respective genres. They both became household names in 2020 after they released some hit songs.
Mzansi social media users were pleased to see that their two faves were hanging out with each other, giving off festive good vibes.
Briefly.co.za gathered a few reactions to the picture on social media. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
@Khadzinator commented: "Eeh! You drive the crowd crazy. No artist in SA comes close."
@MagebaNjabulo said: "You deserve to be happy after all ntombo. Abashwe."
@BrendenMoyo commented: "This collaboration could produce something special."
@dillidcode said: "People are just bitter and evil. We love Makhadzi and she will not please everyone. You also deserve to be happy. I wish you all the best."
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