Ami Faku Promises To Deliver On Friday

The talented songstress is having a concert this weekend

By  | Sep 30, 2020, 06:12 PM  | Ami Faku  | Top of The

Ami Faku, born as Amanda Faku, is from Ezinyoka village in Port Elizabeth. The 27-year-old is of Xhosa ancestry, a musician, performer and songwriter, Ami first shot to fame as a contestant on The Voice SA. The modern Afro-soul singing sensation is also an Accountant student at Nelson Mandela University.

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The vocally and lyrically gifted sensation recently Tweeted that she will be hosting an online concert on Friday, the 2nd of October 2020. The concert which will cost a mere R80 on the day.

The songstress Tweeted...

"Online ticket sales for this Friday the 2nd of October are still available. Can’t wait to have you Time: 18:30 Link: http://watchatv.co.za  for  R80."

Ami Faku's career has been rising and continues to rise in such a rapid pace since she shot to fame. She has worked with Sun El-Musician on a number of Amapiano and house songs, especially Into Ingawe the South African hit song, after that her voice and poetic lyrics captured the hearts of many South Africans.

In 2019, Ami became the most streamed female artist on Deezer in the country after her house music collaborations and the release of her hit Album Imali, which is arguably the most unskippable album online was released on International Women's Day. Since then she has sold-out concerts and events.

DJ Zinhle, the biggest female DJ on the continent even admitted that her favourite artist is Ami Faku at some point and that she has her songs for healing.

"Sing to them my love. Whenever I feel like my spirit is dying I listen to your music, it helps feel alive again."

Her talents are unquestionable and were confirmed when she also bagged 3 SAMA nods in the categories: Female Artist Of The Year, Newcomer Of The Year and Best Afro Pop Album. Although she didn't win the Newcomer Of The Year, the Afro-soul songstress did walk away with South African Music Award (SAMA) of female Artist Of The Year for her album Imali, and her fans were delighted.

We won't be surprised if her upcoming online concert is sold out again on Friday, she is a force to be reckoned with and every artist yearns to work with her on their house music songs. Make sure to grab your tickets for her show, she never disappoints.

Will you be watching online her show?

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