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Makhadzi Celebrates Victory as Best New International Act at 2024 BET Awards

Makhadzi BET 2024

The 2024 BET Awards took place on Sunday (June 30) at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles. In a night filled with electrifying performances and heartwarming celebrations, Limpopo-born sensation Makhadzi emerged as the winner of the prestigious Viewer’s Choice: Best New International Act award.

Makhadzi, whose music captivates audiences with its vibrant rhythms and powerful messages, received overwhelming support from fans worldwide, securing her victory in this highly competitive category. This recognition at the BET Awards marks a significant milestone in her career, highlighting her impact on the international music scene. She outshone fellow South African artist Tyler ICU and other remarkable talents from around the globe.

Following her win, Makhadzi expressed her gratitude and joy on her X account, posting, “Congratulations to myself and all my people who have been supporting me.” Her heartfelt message resonated with fans and supporters who have been instrumental in her journey to success.

In a statement, Makhadzi shared her thoughts on this monumental achievement: “Winning the BET Award for Best New International Act is a dream come true. It’s not just a win for me, but for every single person who believed in my music and my story. This award is for Limpopo, for South Africa, and for every aspiring artist out there. Thank you to my fans, my team, and everyone who has supported me. We did it together!”

The BET Awards continue to celebrate and elevate the achievements of Black artists, and Makhadzi’s win underscores the significance of cultural exchange and the power of music to unite people across borders. Her win was extra special as it coincided with her birthday.

Known for her unique musical style and powerful stage presence, Makhadzi’s success further establishes her as a standout artist. These wins are not only personal achievements but also significant for South African music on the global stage, inspiring future generations of African artists.

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