- Phila Dlozi has captured the attention of many across South Africa with his talent
- The young man shared a clip of himself singing while beating a drum to Twitter recently
- SAns could not believe the pure talent Phila has and tagged many people in the music industry in his replies
A talented young South African man has captivated many with his beautiful voice and drumming. Phila Dlozi shared a clip just over 2 minutes long showing off his amazing talent on Twitter.
The quick display of his skills gained a whopping 70 000 views on the social networking site. Phila's voice paired with harmonious drum beating has kept many tweeps hooked onto his short video.
SAns have been tagging various DJs and music producers in Phila's replies section in an attempt to elevate the young man's music career.
Take a look at the enthralling clip below:
Below are just a few of the responses the young man received:
"This needs @CuloeDeSong to throw in some strong beats and sound effects."
"Where can we listen to more of your music?"
"You once made me sit and listen to you eNewtown junction mall. Your voice made everyone stop and listen. I never thought I'll ever hear this voice again. Keep on going there's something special about you... Your ability to go through people's souls."
"Such raw talent."
"As I took a moment to listen to this I literally developed goosebumps. Your sound is so raw and so incredibly spectacular, I'm speechless."
In other news about talented South Africans, Briefly.co.za reported on a young lady who sang a cover of President Cyril Ramaphosa's speech. She played the guitar as she sang.
Thando shared the 27-second video to Twitter and has already gained over 72 000 views on the social networking site. Her melodious voice captured the attention of over 6 000 South Africans who liked the video.
She received tons of praise from tweeps who were captivated by her control and her unusual song idea. Below are just a few of the hundreds of responses she received:
"I don't know how many times I watched this."
"You’ve got a beautiful voice. Wishing you a successful career."
"I want to be angry but the talent."
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