- Sho Madjozi has dropped her much-anticipated mixtape and her fans are loving it
- Sho Madjozi worked with musicians such as Makhadzi and Manu World Star on the project titled What A Life
- The John Cena hitmaker's fans have taken to her comment section to reveal their favourite songs on the mixtape
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Sho Madjozi has dropped her mixtape titled What A Life. The 9-track project officially dropped on Friday morning, 27 November. The stunner features the likes of Makhadzi, Manu World Star and Thomas Chauke, among others, on the mixtape.
The John Cena hitmaker took to social media and shared with her fans that she has finally released the highly-anticipated mixtape. Madjozi wrote on Twitter:
"When they talk about living, this is it. This is not a test run. This is it! Enjoy it, be loving, be true to you. #WhatALife out now."How it started vs how it's going: Lady graduates, gets new car in a month
The star's fans have flooded her comment section to share their thoughts on the mixtape. Most of Sho Madjozi's fans have shared their favourite songs on the project. Check out some of their reactions below:
"My favourite song has to be track 3. Shahumba. I can already see this being my graduation song, my first car song, basically my 'I have made it/I did that' anthem."
"Shout out to our very own Tsonga princess @ShoMadjozi, just streamed the EP online, its worth listening to #WhatALife. I'm really proud of her."
"You did a lot here."
"This one is definitely my favourite track on the EP #TshaDovha."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo recently took to social media to thank her ancestors for her flourishing rap career. The stunner shared that she only wanted to record one song but her music career just took off, thanks to her ancestors.Kelly Khumalo celebrates Empini being on top for 6 consecutive weeks
The media personality has dropped a few banging tracks of her own and has been featured in a couple of other songs by other Mzansi rappers. The star, who is signed to Def Jam Africa, became the first female rapper in the country to reach platinum status with her single Wuz Dat. The reality TV star wrote:
"Lol! It’s me thinking I just wanted to record 1 song nyana not knowing there were platinum plaques waiting for me in the near future.... Lol! The ancestors will shock you!"
Boity's fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. One fan @The_Mookzilla commented:
"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take. Look at you now."
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