Nadia Nakai (born May 18, 1990) is a South African Hip Hop recording artist, tv presenter, and songwriter. She is known for collaborating with numerous artists on popular singles. In January 2016, Nadia Nakai signed to Family Tree Media.
In Nadia’s early career, she received reputation via her work on numerous mixtapes, which opened the door for her look on SABC 1’s Battlestations as a presenter and talent decide. In 2014 Nadia featured on Riky Rick’s “Amantombazane Remix” alongside set up Hip Hop acts Okmalumkoolkat, Kwesta, Ginger Trill, Kid X and DJ Dimplez. The unmarried turned into nominated for a South African Hip Hop Award for Song Of The Year.
In 2015 Nadia featured on Dj Sliqe’s Metro FM Award-nominated unmarried, “Do Like I do Remix” presenting L-tido, Reason, Riky Rick and Flabba. Nadia’s single, “Saka Wena” proposing artist Ice Prince changed into nominated for the Best Collaboration Award on the South African Hip Hop Awards. Nadia’s comply with-up single, “Best” offering M.I(Agaba) and Victoria Kimani became received undoubtedly.
In early 2016 Nadia appeared on the quilt of Zkhiphani.Com magazine. Since Signing to Family Tree Media she has all started recording her debut album, no release date has been set.
She is a beautiful woman who has inspired so many young people in Mzansi. You can also find her on your social media platforms such as Instagram.
On her latest post she shared with fans a beautiful picture of her dressed in the latest fashion trends which left many Wowed in Mzansi.
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