- Sho Madjozi has been selected to be part of the YouTube Black Voices Class of 2021
- The talented Mzansi musician will join 20 other artists from all over the world
- YouTube Music shared that they are proud of the 21 artists who have joined the first class of 2021
Sho Madjozi has joined the YouTube Black Voices Class of 2021. The Mzansi musician has been selected by YouTube Music to join 20 other artists who are part of the class.
The John Cena hitmaker took to Instagram on Wednesday, 13 January to share her good news. The star, who has been touring Africa since December 2020, captioned her post:
"I made the YouTube Black Voices Class of 2021 along with some super incredible artists from all around the world! What an honour."
YouTube Music also took to its verified Instagram page to introduce the 21 artists, from all over the world who will be joining the first YouTube Black Voices Class of 2021. The video-sharing app posted:
"We’re proud to introduce the 21 artists joining the first #YouTubeBlack Voices Class of 2021. Throughout history, black artists have innovated and influenced virtually every genre of music in immeasurable ways. Help us celebrate and nurture Black artistry around the world. Subscribe to their channels and get to know the class of ‘21."
Sho Madjozi has been selected along with other artists such as Jensen McRae, Yung Baby Tate, Brent Faiyaz, Myke Towers, Kenny Hoopla and Rael, among many others. The stunner's fans took to her comment section to congratulate her.
"I love this girl."
"You're the bestttt. Keep doing you."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Sho Madjozi is set to make a guest appearance on the popular SABC 2 soapie Muvhango. The telenovela shared the news that Sho would be joining in, on their social media accounts.
Maya is going to be making her appearance on 14 January. It is not known yet whether she will be making a cameo appearance or will be playing an actual character.
"Guest appearance alert! Sho Madjozi is set to appear on the SABC 2 show Muvhango on 14 January 2021," wrote Muvhango on Twitter.
A number of other celebrities have made appearances on the show, including the rapper Emtee and musical sensation Makhadzi.
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