Known for his Kwaito music, Zola 7 is from South Africa. Although he was raised in the slums of Soweto, he was able to rise above his circumstances and change the course of his life. He's received a flood of awards for his work.
He writes songs that will have a lasting impact on listeners for many years to come. The majority of his compositions are based on his upbringing in the Chicago ghetto. The songs encourage young people from all walks of life to rise above their circumstances and put in the effort necessary to achieve their goals.
As a musician, he goes under the stage name Zola. Someone who is a "thugs" is referred to as a "thugs." This person was born on April 24, 1977, in Soweto, Johannesburg, and raised in the province of Gauteng. He's a fit 42-year-old man. His stage name is derived from his childhood in Zola Sub-Soweto township's Township ghetto. In real life, he is known as Bonginkosi Dlamini.
With Zola's CDs, it's always been possible to have a good time while learning something new. He has sold a lot of albums, and many of them have done incredibly well. These are just a few of his best pieces of art to far.
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