- Sho Madjozi took to social media to share that she's on a billboard in Times Square, New York
- The musician has been doing quite well in her career and is being recognised internationally
- Social media users were thrilled for Sho and told her she's making Mzansi proud
Mzansi musician Sho Madjozi is celebrating big news in her career and is thrilled about her progress. Taking to social media, the artist shared that she is on a billboard in Times Square, New York. Sho Madjozi captioned her post:
"A village girl in Times Square. #WhatALife"
Sho Madjozi was picked to be part of the YouTube Black Voices Class of 2021. She appeared alongside Lasizwe Dambuza, MacG and Ofentse Mwase.
The John Cena hitmaker has been recognised on an international scale and won a BET Award in 2019 for her work.
The singer, whose real name is Maya, has also been included in the Forbes 30 under 30 list along with a few other Mzansi celebrities.
Social media users were happy for Sho Madjozi when she shared her post on Twitter and flocked to her comments section to show her some love. Check out the reactions below:
"Congrats fireSparklesFireworksQueenCrown ... this is really prideful for us. Oh yes. Keep introducing the tastiest vibes of all time @ShoMadjozi."
"South Africans are breaking all sorts of boundaries."
"Well done #GlobalVillage girl. We're so proud of you for putting us on the map."
"Congrats to you Sisi Madjozi, much more successes to come."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Sho Madjozi collaborated and dropped a music video with Kenyan artist Susumila. Sho Madjozi has revealed that she recently collaborated with the African artist.
The John Cena hitmaker took to Instagram recently and shared that she did a track with Susumila. Sho Madjozi even revealed that they have shot and dropped the video for the song, titled Njoo. Madjozi share the video on her timeline on Monday, 15 February and captioned it:
"Ayyyyyy this song!!!!! Watch the video link in my bio."
The epic video has been viewed more than 30 000 times on YouTube. Madjozi's fans from across the continent took to her comment section to share their thoughts on the video. Most of them love it.
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