Amanda Faku, sometimes known as Ami Faku, is a South African singer who specializes in house and afro-soul music. Her songs 'Ndikhethe wena' and 'Ungowami' are well-known, as is her appearance on Prince Kaybee's 'Uwrongo.' She is also well-known for finishing second in The Voice SA in 2018, which launched her professional career. Let's take a look at Ami Faku's biography to learn more about her.
Amanda Faku was born in Ezinyoka, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, on May 28, 1993. She is the daughter of a pastor, and her father was the pastor of a medium-sized church in Port Elizabeth. Ami Faku completed her education and began her professional career in Port Elizabeth.
Ami Faku developed discipline, self-control, and determination as a result of growing up in a Christian family. She had an elegant childhood because her father was a pastor, and she grew into a modern-day nice young woman. Ami attended local schools in Ezinyoka, Port Elizabeth, for her primary and secondary education. She went to Nelson Mandela University to study accounting after graduating from high school. She received her diploma shortly after.
Amanda Faku’s break through is an emotional story. Ami Faku had a passion for music since childhood. She began singing in church at a tender age of 6 and her father helped her with the singing. After a while she auditioned for SA idols twice and was rejected at pre-auditions. Later on, she became a good singer and started recording with a producer who stayed close her home. However, her break through came after her participation in The Voice SA where she got into the top 6. During the show, she could sing effortlessly, and she became a fovourite for everyone. After she left the show, she got signed to Vth Season.
Ami's music is always inspiring and moving. It is inspired by true occurrences. Ami Faku's debut hit, 'Ndikhete wena,' garnered widespread airplay. She later published 'Imali,' which was also a smash. The tracks were released as lead singles for her debut and only album, 'Imali,' which she released in 2019. The album received a lot of favorable feedback when it first came out, and the story embedded in it was featured on Apple Music's story series. 'Inde lendlela' and 'Love intoxicated' are among the album's other hits.
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