- Popular American singer Ariana Grande has shared a playlist on Apple Music
- The playlist features a variety of South African artists including Busiswa
- Reacting to the news, Mzansi musician Busiswa took to social media to thank Ariana and give her a shout-out
South African music is definitely becoming a global force to be reckoned with.
US singer Ariana Grande recently created an Apple Music playlist which featured some hot South African talent.
The singer featured Busiswa, Boity, Sho Madjozi, Prince Kaybee, Rogue, Nadia Nakai and Moonchild Sanelly, to name a few. The information was shared on Twitter by PopPulseSA.
Busiswa reacted to the news on the social media platform. She took to her Twitter account and retweeted the post with her response that read:
“Oh WORD? Shoutouts to you Queen! @ArianaGrande”
Maybe we'll see a collab between the two powerful women one of these days.
Congrats to all the featured artists. Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that American actress Viola Davis got the timeline into a frenzy when she shared an Amapiano song to celebrate International Women's Day. Viola was super excited to be celebrating the international holiday this year and captioned her post:
"Stepping into International Women's Day like..."
The Amapiano music genre is starting to make waves all over the world, especially after TikTok started becoming more popular. Celebrities all over the world have been enjoying the music.
Rapper P. Diddy was also seen dancing to Amapiano on social media. He was enjoying Focalistic's Ke Star but was dancing off rhythm and got trolled by a number of Mzansi social media users.
Viola Davis's fans commented on her post and many loved the fact that she had shared an Amapiano jam to her page. Check out some of the reactions below:
"We are not leaving until every single South African sees this."
"We must find a South African name for you soon."
"Are you kidding me?!?! Everything about this video made me smile."
"We have that effect in South Africa, thank you for appreciating our home-brewed music and video."
"South Africans are such vibrant beautiful people. I do love my country. But we even dance when we are unhappy."
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Source: Briefly News