It is so heartmelting and warming to see Limpopo artist under one roof performing together.
Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, known by her stage name Makhadzi, is a South African singer. Born and raised in Ha-Mashamba, Limpopo, she is best known for her songs "Themba muthu" and "Matorokisi".
Mukosi Muimbi whose real name is Shonisani Maideledzha, is a South African well-known in the music industry for her exceptional voice and sexy moves as she performs the song Kha ri dovhe zwa mulovha. She says that she has reached the right platform in her music career.She is also famous for her song called "Bonus". She gained popularity when she was singing Makhadzi's lyrics on the song Ghanama s- plus.
The two Limpopo heavyweights was performing together at Sweetpops lifestyle in Polokwane.Their pictures was posted on the Facebook page of Sweetpops as they were seen hugging and performing.The pictures were captioned " Boots an coat affair Mukosi-ZA
What are your thoughts about Makhadzi and Mukosi performing together, it's lovely right? Kindly like, comment and share.
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