The singer’s Botswana performance at People’s festival
Makhadzi rushed to social media to congratulate herself on filling the People's Festival venue. She also expressed gratitude to her Botswana followers for their love and support by purchasing tickets. They proved to her that God's timing is the finest, and that no one can say no when God says yes. The Murahu singer has been making a lot of news lately as her music has taken over Africa. She played alongside Charma Gal and Vee Mampeezy at the People's Festival in Botswana. Makhadzi met Charma Gal for the first time, and the two got to perform Themba Muthu together.
Makhadzi and Charma Gal-Image Source (Instagram)
The Ghanaian artist has recently made a lot of news. The performer received three nominations for the AFRIMA awards after releasing her album African Queen, which features 21 tracks. Her album has surpassed a million listens and views. She also made headlines last month when a Zimbabwean businessman hired her for a private birthday party and paid her five times her customary rate. While she was singing on stage in Johannesburg, a grateful admirer showered her with R100,000.
From performing at Taxi ranks to International stages
Makhadzi and Vee Mampeezy-Image Source (Instagram)
The singer has created a reputation for herself in the music industry, despite her humble beginnings performing at taxi stops for people's change. Makhadzi's performance in Botswana demonstrates that she is the African Queen of Pop, as do her other appearances. She will be on tour in the United Kingdom and the United States next year.
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