- Zahara is ready to release some new music and made an announcement on her Twitter account
- The musician says that she listened to her fans' requests and she's going to be dropping a new single soon
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to show their favourite singer some love and let her know they're waiting impatiently
Mzansi singer Zahara is finally responding to her fans' requests to give them some fresh music. Taking to social media, Zahara announced that her hiatus is over and she's ready to release a new song soon. She tweeted:
"You’ve been asking and I heard you, my single is ready and coming soon."
It's been a while since Zahara's fans got to enjoy her chilled music and the time has finally come. The artist has been through a lot over the last few years but now she's back.
She made her announcement with a picture of herself writing some lyrics. She was wearing a beautiful red dress and her guitar is seen in the frame - just what the fans like to see.
Mzansi social media users reacted to Zahara's announcement on social media. Check out the comments below:
"We want the full album Spinach. Do you think we will get enough of you with a single?"
"Amaphepha amaningi kanje! That should be an album but we waiting for that hit single."
"It really makes me happy to see you doing this music thing because you one of the best alive doing this."
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Kabza de Small shared an unreleased single on his YouTube channel. There might be more competition in the Amapiano game right now but Kabza De Small is maintaining that he's still got the genre on lock.
Kabza took to social media on Tuesday, 20 April to share that he's got a new song in the works and gave fans a sneak peek. Kabza has been trolled on social media in the past for constantly releasing music and not resting but he doesn't seem to care.
The Amapiano DJ and Scorpion King plans on giving the people what they want.
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Source: Briefly News