Everybody has goals, and are in a mission to achieve those goals. Nobody is done in life, until they take their last breath. When you look at the people who have achieved a lot in life you might think they are done , but the truth is that they are not done as long as they are still breathing, they wish to be somewhere in life.
Earlier this year, Limpopo's music producer Prince Benza released a song, 'Ngwago' featuring Makhadzi. The message behind the song was: you might have been facing challenges, maybe things are going well but don't give up because next year things will go according to plan. Finally it seems as the star was prophesying about his own life.
Things are looking good for Prince Benza as he has now bought a new car. The musician took to Facebook and shared some pictures of the new car accompanied by this words, "Nothing is impossible, the word itself says I'm possible, stay blessed". Fans have been congratulating him for buying a new car, including Makhadzi the queen of Limpopo dance music.
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