Lady Zamar is set to release new music after recovering from a career-threatening surgery. She is making a strong comeback after a brief hiatus from the public eye. After recovering from throat surgery, the singer plans to return to music. Lady Zamar has been on hiatus for the past two years, but a source from her record label recently announced that the singer would be back soon.
The singer has been quiet for some time, leading fans to believe she has withdrawn since Amapiano's rise.
Lwazi Zondo, the Universal Music South Africa representative, detailed Zamar's whereabouts, putting an end to the rumors. Thankfully, her revelations demonstrated that the star had not yet lost her confidence.
According to the vocalist's manager, Zamar is now back at work.
"She is always in the studio recording new music," Zondo said, adding that the star's medically induced hiatus was officially over because she had fully recovered and would be releasing new hits next year. She is also taking a break from the media for the time being. As a result, she is hesitant to speak about it."
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