Sho Madjozi's Latest Big W

She has joined the #YouTubeBlack Voices Class of 2021

By  | Jan 15, 2021, 10:55 AM  | Sho Madjozi  | Top of The

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Musician Sho Madjozi has just added another major win to her long list of achievements. The star has been selected as one of the 21 artists joining the #YouTubeBlack Voices Class of 2021.

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The Artist Class of 2021 will receive dedicated partner support from YouTube, seed funding invested into the development of their channels, and participate in training and networking programs focused on production, fan engagement, and wellbeing.

Sho Madjozi's success is one truly for the books as she has come a long way. Her unique style is one that sets her apart.

Powered by bangers like “John Cena” 2.6 million Spotify streams and “Huku” 1.6 million Spotify streams, she took home “Favorite African Star” at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, “Best New International Artist” at the BET Awards, “Entertainer of the Year” from Forbes, and more. This year, she was nominated once again for a BET Award in the category of “Best International Artist

“My music is loud. It sounds current, it sounds urgent. Ultimately, it’s a screenshot of life as a young African woman. Whether it’s asserting my independence, whether it’s talking about love, or lost love. I want to be remembered as someone who made it cool to be African and cool to be yourself, someone that presented new ways or different ways of being at this time. More than anything, I want a more equal future, where the colour of your skin or the village you happen to be born in does not have a significant impact on how far you can go,” said Sho Madjozi.

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