- A pic of Sjava, Big Zulu and Jaiva Zimnike left their fans excited after Sjava posted it on Twitter
- Sjava, Big Zulu and Jaiva Zimnike's fans want the Bergville artists to drop a new song together
- The three musicians were all rocking Brentwood pants in the snap
Sjava took to social media recently to share a snap he took with Big Zulu and Maskandi artist Jaiva Zimnike. The snap left the stars' fans excited. Some tweeps believe that the three artists from Bergville, KZN will drop a new song together.
Sjava, Big Zulu and Jaiva all wore their Brentwood pants in the snap Sjava posted on Twitter on Monday, 25 January. Brentwood is popular among Maskandi artist and their fans. Big Zulu is preparing to drop his new album this year and many of his fans want him to feature Sjava in one of the tracks.
Big Zulu shot to fame recently when he dropped Imali Eningi. The track was on high rotation on radio and TV stations. It also did well on streaming services. The track featuring Intaba YaseDubai and Riky Rick has also hit millions of views on YouTube.
Social media users reacted positively to the pic when Sjava shared it online. Check out some of the comments from the musicians' fans below:
"Izinkabi zami all in one pic, what a wow."
"I smell a hit already."
"Keep flying high gentlemen. I am behind you."
"Bring on the music!!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu has hinted that he might be dropping a new album. Big Zulu's career is on the rise and he's been doing pretty well for himself.
The ladies love him and his 'Nkabi Nation' has been showing him overwhelming support in the last few weeks. Taking to Twitter, Big Zulu shared that he is working on a new album for his fans. He posted a picture of himself with a few producers in an indoor studio cooking up some new music.
Big Zulu simply captioned the picture: "Album loading." He added a few emojis and the South African flag to his tweet.
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Source: Briefly News