Msaki Shares Final Gig Guide For 2023

The musician is set to take a hiatus from the music scene

By  | Jan 30, 2023, 01:19 PM  | Msaki  | Drama

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South African vocalist Msaki, whose real name is Asanda Lusaseni Mvana continues to break her fans' hearts.

Also Read: Msaki Releases One Final Statement On Hiatus

Just as her fans were hoping that she would release music soon and put her upcoming break on hold, the singer has shared her final gig guide for the year.

The singer recently announced that she would be taking a break from the music scene following accusations that she wrecked Smash Afrika's marriage.

According to her gig guide, Msaki will perform in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Texas, and in London.

You asked for it 💥Msaki’s Final gig guide … more details loading about individual events next week.2 more dates TBC.

Msaki recently pleaded with her fans to release her after announcing that she would be taking time off from the spotlight to focus on herself.

“I just wanna thank everyone for this incredible outpouring of love and support. I wanna thank my day 1’s that are still with me that bought my first album in advance and who gave me my independence. Please also understand why I have to leave this space. Please release me. I may seem weak because I let this get to me,” she wrote.

“But I am sensitive and sentimental, an empath (this is my most valuable creativity tool), and my skin is not thick. It is porous so I feel the changes in the breeze. I’m moved quickly and deeply and I understand this may be abnormal. I don’t expect everyone to understand, but I know some of you get it,” she continued.

Furthermore, she called on everyone to be kind to her industry colleagues, noting that they are also sensitive. 

“The same sensitivity where my songs come from is the same sensitivity that cannot handle this callus badgering and normalization bullying. Allow me to take my leave for wholeness. Please remember me as the one who said we are not meant to take this even if it comes with the territory. I stand for them as I leave

“We need to love more. Please don’t push people to the edge and only have empathy after they become statistics.  Be kind to my colleagues, we are just people. We need more gentleness and grace for each other. Please can we change?” she continued.
Fans are wishing her well and hope that she would return stronger and better.

@Khanyi_Magubane wrote "We love you mama! Take your time, and do what feels right in your heart, mind, and spirit. The gift of music is yours, it's in you and will never leave you. Thank you for blessing us with good music always."

@Goodlucklive wrote "I'm sorry we let you down and that as humans we couldn't see how gently your gift needed to be treated to keep it alive. The media, social media, and this industry can be brutal. Proud of you for knowing what you need to do to reconnect with Msaki the SongCatcher  It's the start."

@malumzskhulu wrote "There is a part where you said you will continue doing music in private. I want to be part of that. I will find you one way or the other.  I'm saddened you have to leave. What I love the most is that you leave choosing your sanity and peace. Akupheleli la. See you soon."

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