ShoMadjozi features on Apple Music’s African A-list today
Launching her clothing line with EdgarsXShoMadjozi in stores this week
Johannesburg, South Africa – Recently back from her successful show at the SoleDXB festival in Dubai, global citizen Sho Madjozi is seems poised for local and international success. And this week she is launching two projects which will see the young star reach new heights.
Best known for her Xitsonga lyrics and vibrant fashion, this week sees the launch of her debut album Limpopo Champions League and the launch of her clothing line in Edgars. She has been featured on Apple Music’s African A-List today.
Aptly titled Limpopo Champions League, this 13-track album sounds like a celebration of being young and African. The song ‘KONA’ , in which Sho Madjozi sings that Tsonga people belong everywhere, is an exhilarating affirmation of her Tsonga culture, while the lively track ‘Don’t Tell Me What to Do’ is fun and talks about being a carefree African girl. Acclaimed Nigerian artist YCee is featured on party track ‘Wakanda Forever’. The ‘Captain of the League’ launches debut album releases on Friday, 14th December.
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After winning the award for Most Innovative Style at the South African Style Awards last month, Sho Madjozi has partnered with Edcon to launch her first clothing line. The unique range focusses on three lifestyle themes: Chill, Play and Party. The EdgarsxShoMadjozi range launches at Edgars on Friday, 14th December. Sho Madjozi will be doing a store appearance at the Sandton branch in Johannesburg on Friday at 10am to meet fans and media alike.
Sho Madjozi will be featured alongside some of the continent’s hottest talent on Apple Musics A List African Playlist later today. And will be jetting out to Nigeria over the weekend to perform alongside Davido, Tiwa Savage and others.
About Sho Madjozi
Limpopo born, Tsonga speaking rising star Sho Madjozi (Maya Wegerif) first came into the public eye in early 2017 but she really shot to fame with her first hit Dumi hi Phone and then her Swahili hit single Huku.
This was followed by her feature with local hiphop artists Ms Cosmo, Rouge and Moozlie on Ay Baby and a role on Mzansi Magic’s telenovela Isithembiso.
She made international headlines with her recent performance at the Global Citizen Concert in Johannesburg. She also performed at the New York leg of the concert.