Londie London (born 13 April 1992) whose full name is Londiwe Siphiwokuhle Zulu is a South African musician, model and songwriter. She owns a Lingerie line that is known as 'Laced by Londie' which aims to provide ladies with a sexy look and still be able to feel confident in their bodies.
She grew up in Witbank, Mpumalanga and young and she started showing her interest in music when she was still young at the age of six years. Londie comes from a musical family and this helped her shape her career. She would learn a lot while growing up until now that she is a professional in what she does.
She is educated as well, she wen t Hoerskool Tegnies in Witbank where she did her matric year. Then furthered her tertiary studies at the University of Johannesburg where she studied jewellery Design and manufacturing. Because she loved music, she took part in UJ idols where she came in the runners up.
After she got a collaboration with a Ghanaian and BET award nominee, D-Black. She realized she could focus on music as a career. From there she never looked back. Looking at all the things she has achieved so far, she is really blessed.
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