Makhadzi To Finally Sing In Zulu On New Album “African Queen 2.0”
Popular South African musician Makhadzi is set to sing in Zulu for the first time on her forthcoming album African Queen 2.0.
Makhadzi usually sings in her native Tshivenda language but that is set to change on her new album set to be released this Friday.
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Makhadzi revealed her new album will feature the duo Blaq Diamond. The Magear hitmaker revealed that the duo will feature on the song Ngikhathele.
Makhadzi said this will be her first Zulu song which she hopes will be well-received by her fanbase. She said:
2 DAYS LEFT to #AfricanQueen2.0
BLAQ DIAMOND is the first on line up of featured artists on my upcoming album. You all know i always try to unite people with my music and be versitile. This is my very first and proudly Zulu song Ngikhathele and you will love it. I love it very much
To those singing “ayidli inyama…” on Milandu Bhee
Apart from Blaq Diamond, the Matorokisi singer’s new album will carry the song Milandu Bhee featuring the legendary South African musician Papa Penny. The song which was released last Friday is doing well and is a personal best for Makhadzi.
In other news, woes continue to pile up for Makhadzi ahead of the release of her new album.
On Monday, show promoters Born and Raised announced that they had withdrawn Makhadzi from their 6th edition lineup.
Born and Raised did not explain why they opted to drop Makhadzi at the last minute, but they however promised to offer high-quality entertainment. The announcement came hot on the heels of news that Makhadzi disappointed her fans after she arrived late for a performance in Australia.