Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, better known by her stage name Makhadzi (which means Aunty), is a South African artist lyricist and artist who was brought into the world on June 30, 1996. Her fundamental hit tunes "Tshanda Vhuya" and "Matorokisi" have made her an easily recognized name.
Makhadzi was brought up in a little local area called Ha-Mashamba Tshivhangani. The settlement is situated in the Limpopo area, right outside of Elim. She became brought up in a low-pay climate with guardians who were both jobless. Following her folks' separation, Makhadzi and two of her kin lived with their mom. She was consequently spurred to set a genuine model for her more youthful kin, as she was the most established. Her grandma affected her adolescence.
Mukula Integrated School was the place where she finished her twelfth grade. Makhadzi acquired a four year certification in advertising and proceeded with her schooling by concentrating on theater.
Makhadzi started approaching her moving in a serious way at 12 years old when she joined the Makirikiri Musical Group to seek after a vocation as an expert artist in 2010. Sometime down the road, she fostered a preference for singing.
She took action one wonderful day that she had no clue would transform her into what her identity is today by playing in a recording studio while recording herself singing. The recording chief responsible for the studio at the time perceived her ability and accepted she could do extraordinary whenever allowed the opportunity. He then, at that point, offered her the chance to foster her ability in his studio.
Makhadzi composed and delivered each of the melodies on her collections, and she has an enormous hit on her hands.
Her first collection, named Muvhango, was delivered in 2012. The collection turned out to be exceptionally huge however still up in the air soul set off to be a genuine model for her more youthful ones. She dealt with her investigations and her developing melodic vocation simultaneously. As an adolescent, Ndivhudzannyi investigated her melodic ability outside her little town and country by going on outings to places like France, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to perform.
Ndo Tshinyani (2013)
In 2013 she followed up her presentation collection named Ndo Tshinyani (What did I foul up), a collection dependent on profound family issues that South Africans generally welcomed on the grounds that it painted a story they could all identify with.
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