Makhadzi's Album Release Date Confuses Tweeps

We are already waiting with bated breath.

By  | Sep 30, 2020, 02:49 PM  | Makhadzi  | Top of the

Undoubtedly one of the country's best musicians and performers, Makhadzi is gearing up to drop her much-anticipated debut album. The musician has been hard at work cooking up a storm in studio and she recently teased fans with her collabos, but now she is ready to drop the album.

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Her album is titled Kokoba (Crawl), and she featured Zimbabwean award-winning artist Jay Prayzah, Mzansi's superstars Moonchild Sanelly, Mampintsha and Sho Madjozi on it.

Taking to Twitter to made the big announcement, Makhadzi said her album will drop 9 September.
The date which no doubt was supposed to be October 9 left tweeps in stitches.
She however noted the correct date on her Instagram account and we can't wait to hear it.

The singer recently spoke to ZAlebs and said the reason she decided to work on her album, was due to the overwhelming response she has been receiving  from her fans about her music and dance moves.

"They really love my music and my dance moves so that is why I decided to do a dance song which is called Kokoba on the album, and the whole album is inspired by the love I have been receiving."

"Fans must expect to dance from track number one to the last song because we have been on lockdown and the only thing people want is to dance and good music, so I am giving them the album to dance and have fun,"
she said.

Makhazi also revealed that she worked with her ex-boyfriend Master KG on the album, and said working with him is always a great pleasure

"It's always a good thing to work with him because when me and him collaborate it's all about talent. He has his own talent and I have mine and we understand each other and everything we touch becomes a hit, and he's the only producer whom I feel like we understand each other,"
she added.

The two recently announced their breakup on social media and Makhadzi says she wishes people did not know about her affair with the musician.

"The only thing I also want and I wish could happen just that it didn't  happen the way I wanted, I only want people to know Makhazi for her performances and music besides my personal issues but because people already knew about my relationship  there was nothing I can do but my wish is for them to know about my music only."

We cannot wait to listen to her album.

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