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Makhadzi wins award, put electric performance at AFRIMA in Nigeria

South African artist Makhadzi Muimbi made probably her best execution this year at the AFRIMA grants in Nigeria. The 'African Queen' was in the West African country along with Blaq Diamond at one of African's most renowned honors services. 

Makhadzi is visiting Africa. 

The Kokovha artist has had a productive year, visiting a few African nations and stepping her position as the sovereign of African music. 


Makhadzi acted toward the beginning of October at the birthday of the Zimbabwe government's depository manager George Guvamatanga. It was her first time acting in the country. Reports propose the vocalist and the Mafikizolo pair, who additionally performed at the party, were paid twofold installments subsequent to setting up an extraordinary presentation on the evening. 

She is well north of Limpopo as she teamed up with artist Jah Prayzah and, most strikingly Zimbabwe-conceived Mr Brown on a few events. 


Makhadzi acted in Malawi at the Hangout Music Festival early this month and was ostensibly the most supported entertainer the evening. Wearing pink and her artists, she got uproarious cheers from the crowd as she graced the stage. Fans chimed in to the vast majority of the melodies she performed. 

Makhadzi in Botswana. 

The Matorokisi hitmaker's exhibition in Botswana was one of her own best as she imparted the stage to her deity Charma Gal. Her music is well known in Botswana, and fans chimed in with her coordinated effort with Charma, Themba Mutu. She additionally got to impart the stage to the unbelievable Vee Mampzeey. 

Makhadzi's Nigeria execution and the AFRIMA grants 

Wearing a red skirt and a red and blacktop, Makhadzi hurried to the stage as her name was called out as the victor of Continental Category – Artist of the year. The African Queen fight of rivalry from chosen people of the honor; Diamond Platinumz, Burna Boy and Fali Ipupa. The honor comes as the Limpopo based craftsman consistently grumbles of being sidelined in nearby music grants and, most strikingly, the South Africa Music Awards (SAMAs). 

Her exhibition was likewise befitting of an honor. Wearing similar clothing as her artists, Makhadzi set up an electric form and made her standard thing 'tumbling down' dance moves. 

Among the champs was South African pair Blaq Diamond, who won Best Male craftsman Southern Africa.

Source: Savannah news

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