The South African gathering was brought into the world in the spot of Nonoti in KwaZulu-Natal, and their huge presentation told that they know the best way to really get serious in the music business. They gave out their melody called "Hamba," which had Dj Tira on it. The melody was recorded at Dj Tira's studio Afrotainment, which might be the best thing the Qwabe twins have at any point done under Dj Tira's record mark.
Nobody had known about the Qwabe twins until they were on American Idol. That is where the remainder of the world figured out how to see the value in the Afro-pop team. The Qwabe twins began singing in the gathering. They came from a Christian family.
In the wake of making the Hamba track, the Qwabe twins gave themselves a spic and span BMW, which everybody was shocked by. Look at their photos:
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