- My Yoki Yoki singer Vhudie has announced the official release date for his new album
- The talented singer revealed that the album is ready and he will drop it at the end of this month
- Vhudie's fans took to his comment section to congratulate him on his good news adding that they can;t wait for the album
Vhudie took to social media on Wednesday, 21 April to announce the official date for the release of his debut album.
The talented singer, who was a contestant at Idols SA, also thanked the people of Mzansi who have showed him love since he appeared on the singing competition.
Vhudie took to Instagram and Twitter to share the date he will drop the highly-anticipated album. He shared a snap of himself and captioned it:
"My good people. I trust you good and great. My album officially drops digitally worldwide on the 30th of April 2021. I love and thank you all for the support you have given to me. Love - Vhudie."
Vhudie melted the hearts of many South Africans when he sang his own song on Idols SA titled My Yoki Yoki.
His fans took to his comment section to congratulate him for finally giving them the whole project. Check out some of their comments below:
"Can’t wait !!!!"
"Big ups bro!! Looking forward to it."
"I am buying it as a birthday gift to myself."
"Favorite. Congratulations we can’t wait!!!!"
"Proud of you."
In related news, Briefly News reported that musician Vhudie has explained the meaning of his song titled My Yoki Yoki. The 20-year-old man has been trending on social media ever since he performed the song on popular Mzansi singing competition, Idols SA.
The rising star has revealed that he was trying to impress a girl when he wrote the number. Instead of impressing the girl, Vhudi impressed thousands of the show's viewers.
Briefly News reported that even though many did not even understand the lyrics of the track, his talent was enough to impress. The young man from Limpopo has explained the true meaning of the song to SowetanLIVE.
"I was trying to impress someone when I wrote the song. I didn’t get the girl, but she was very excited about the song. Yes, My Yoki Yoki is shortened from 'My Yonkinto’. It just came up as I was writing the song."
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