Ushoba Lenkunzi new album
Editor: Cutca News
11 October, 2021 |
The young and upcoming musician (Ushoba Lenkunzi) from the North of KwaZulu-Natal is promising his instagram, tiktok, facebook and twitter fans the best album ever. On this album he worked with the most populor maskandi engeneer Thuthani Ndlovu at Takk Studio and he is very confident that this second album will take his musical career to the next level.
Ushoba Lenkunzi Scelo Dludla was born on December 24, 1994, in Melmoth, KwaZulu-Natal and raised in Enkunzempunga, Melmoth. He began playing guitar and singing back in 2006 when he was twelve years old. Ushoba Lenkunzi soon became known for his polished vocals, broad vocal range, maskandi style, creative dance moves and sensual ballads.
Ushoba Lenkunzi is a South African singer, songwriter, academia, businessman, and dancer. At the age of 12, he started show casing his talent where he used participate in local singing competitions.
Born: 24 December 1994 (age 27 years), Melmoth, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Children: Nobukhosi Mawenzokuhle Dludla, Kurt Nkanyezi Wiesler Dludla
TV shows: None
Awards: Nelson Mandela University for Best Art & Culture Member of the year, MORE
Education: Nelson Mandela University
Origin: Melmoth, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Years active: 2017–present
Instruments: Vocals; Lead guitar
Career: Corporate · Artistry · Business and other ventures
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