It wouldn't be a hot track without Busiswa

Busiswa just knows how to add that much needed flavour in every song.

By  | Dec 06, 2018, 01:43 AM


If it's not her signature voice hyping you up it's her dance moves that constantly grasp your attention when she's performing.

When we first heard Busiswa on DJ Zinhle's My Name Is we couldn't help but ask ourselves 'Who is that?'

There was just something so unique and captivating about Busiswa's voice. So when we found out that she'd be featuring on this week's episode of Coke Studio we knew that the artist would do justice to whichever song she was going to perform.

Busiswa is like the official voice of House or Gqom music. 

Ever wondered how songs like Gobisi'qoloNgoku and My Name Is would sound without Busiswa's voice? 


Yeah, exactly.

What we've also come to love about Busiswa is that she is also one skilled dancer as we've seen with many of her videos and live performances. Busiswa really knows how to throw it down on the dance floor, if we ever were to participate in a dance battle we'd definitely want her on our team.

Come on guys, you just can't deny the energy that Busiswa brings not only on a track but on stage as well.

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Plus you know you're doing a great job when your music is enjoyed by people of all races and creed.


In the past weeks, we've seen the likes of Nasty C and Amanda Black fly the SA flag high with their performances on Coke Studio alongside many of Africa's most talented musicians so it was only natural to also add Busiswa on the roster as well.

Make sure to catch Coke Studio ZA every Saturday at 18:05pm only on etv.

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