- Sho Madjozi has explained what her new mixtape titled What A Life means to her
- Sho Madjozi shared that she is celebrating and giving thanks on the project because she now lives the life she has imagined for some time
- The John Cena hitmaker also gave upcoming artists a platform in her new body of work
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Sho Madjozi has explained that her new mixtape is a celebratory project. The musician released her #nine-track project last Friday, 27 November.
The stunner has reportedly shared that she wants to pay respect to where she comes from with the new mixtape. The Limpopo star also revealed that she has given other artists a spotlight to shine on the new project.
She features less-known artists such as Sunglen Chabalala, Russian Army and DJ Mfundhisi on the mixtape titled What A Life. Sho shared that she hopes the artists she features will become successful as she is.
Speaking to Daily Sun, the John Cena hitmaker said:
"So this is a celebratory project, I’m celebrating as well as giving thanks because finally now I can say I am living the life I have imagined for years. With this project I had a lot of time because of lockdown and I got to think really hard about what is it exactly what I want to do."
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Sho Madjozi features popular artists such as Makhadzi, Manu World Star and legendary muso Thomas Chauke on the mixtape.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Yanga Chief has officially dropped his new album titled Pop Star. The award-winning rappers features artists such as Thabsie, Frank Casino and Tshego AMG, among others, in the 15-track project he released on Friday, 27 November.
South African rappers and hip-hop fans have reacted to the Utatakho hitmaker's dope album. Most of them have shared that the star has dropped one of the most solid rap albums in Mzansi this year. Yanga took to Twitter to share that he is now feeling well after his album was well-received by Mzansi music lovers. Yanga wrote:Prince Kaybee lands spot on Times Magazine’s “10 Best Songs of 2020”
"Thank you South Africa. Feeling much better this morning. Ndingayintoni ngaphandle kwenu (what will I be without you). Let me know which one is your favourite."
Yanga's peers in the rap scene have taken to the micro-blogging app to share their thoughts on the project.
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