Some people have a tendancy of playing it low when it comes to sharing their personal information, except when it's the right place and time to let the cat out of the bag,thats when the public figure it all out.
This goes hand in glove with Jabulani Hadebe, popularly known as Sjava professionally. In an exclusive interview with Scroll.Africa, he casted some light concerning a lot of information attached to him including his few projects that he was given the green light to work on after being acquitted of rape.
He went on to reveal that, by taking the advantage of the lockdown, he utilised that chance and recorded new music with Big Zulu.
When asked about why he was encouraged to collaborate with big Zulu, Sjava answered:
"Big Zulu and l have known each other for a many years. We were close brothers and friends even before we were artists, but we just never made music together. So, besides good timing, l would say there is not a specific thing that insipired our decision to work together."
Sjava further explained that his focus and Big Zulu's is to make good music for the audience.
In that interview he even thanked his loyal fans for the support throughout his past legal challenges.
Source : www.scrolla.africa
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