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Sho Madjozi Set To Release New EP Next Month 

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Sho Madjozi finally readies to release something new for Her fans. While the Tsonga queen recenty collaborated with AKA and Flvme on ‘Casino’, the songstress has some brand-new solo material dropping soon as she confirms that her upcoming EP will drop on 27 November.

Sho Madjozi announced this via a post she made her Twitter page with the caption “Dropping my EP exactly a month from now. Mi ready?” and a clip of a new track expected to appear on the project.


The songstress has done incredible things both locally and internationally since the release of her debut album ‘Limpopo Champions League’ and recently inked a major record deal with American label Epic Records – a division of Sony Music Entertainment.

Since making her debut in 2017, she quietly emerged as a global force renowned for head-spinning wordplay, ear-perking Xitsonga lyrics, and eye-popping colorful fashion. Powered by bangers like “John Cena” [1.8 million Spotify streams] and “Huku” [1.2 million Spotify streams], she took home “Favorite African Star” at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, “Best New International Artist” at the BET Awards, “Entertainer of the Year” from Forbes, and more. This year, she’s been nominated once again for a BET Award in the category of “Best International Artist.”

 

She graced the global covers of magazines such as Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Bona. Not to mention, she shared the stage with Beyoncé and Ed Sheeran at the 2019 Global Citizen Festival and joined forces with Diplo for a much talked-about Super Bowl party performance in the same year. Plus, she met actor and WWE legend John Cena during a viral moment on The Kelly Clarkson Show. In addition to widespread acclaim from Vogue, BBC, OkayAfrica, and more, The New York Times praised how “She pays homage to her heritage while updating it for the moment, cutting across continents and genres.”

source: thehouseofpop.co.za

 

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