Her hit single "Amazulu" (Heavens) has rapidly garnered Amanda Black, season 10 Idols SA contestant, a lot of fans since she dropped her single and album.
Since then, Amanda has not only performed the song on Idols SA season 11 but she's also been actively partaking in her nationwide radio tour promoting her debut album - Amazulu.
Guys we're not kidding when we say Ambitiouz Records came to take everything this year that includes the bread and the crumbs!
We've lost count of how many times the record label has won music wise in 2016, so we'll just give respect where it's due.
Amanda really sounds amazing even when singing acapella, she may not have won Idols SA last year but as people would say on social media.... #LookAtGod.
Avulekile Amazulu... The album is out guys... It's called #Amazulu ❤️ It's Number 1 on itunes on RNB chart... Thank you guys.. Get the Album on iTunes and at your nearest musica.. if it's not there yet.. sorry neh .its coming!!! "Dreams do come true you can win if you want to" just don't give up! You're worth fighting for your dreams are worth fighting for. Do you boo boo.. Do you!! 😘😘😘😘😘❤️
There has been recent confusions between Amanda Black and another singer, also by the name of Amanda who sings the song Intonga Yami, featuring Nathi. Nathi and Amanda (not Amanda Black) are actually siblings, for those that don't know.
Amanda Black, however, cleared the confusion during an interview on Bay FM, she explained that she is not the Amanda who sings Intonga Yami and therefore she is not Nathi's sister.
"Guys, I'm not Nathi's sister, he's cool, but I'm not his sister Amanda Black and uAmanda are two different people, I've got the mohawk, she's got the short hair. She's got Intonga Yami, I've got Amazulu."
We vividly remember Amanda's audition on Idols last year, fast forward to 2016 and she's out here on a nationwide tour promoting her album.
Follow your dreams kids!
We absolutely loved her version of Sia's hit single Titanium, actually, Amanda's version is way better.
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