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The 7 Biggest SA Female Artists of 2019

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As we continue to shine the spotlight on the excellence of women during Women’s Month,  QuenchSA celebrates 7 South African female artists who are smashing down doors and elevating the local creative industry in dope and transformative ways that push forward the business and culture.

NADIA NAKAI

Photo Credit: Nadia Nakai via Instagram

“I’m probably the hardest working rapper in South Africa”, Nakai told QuenchSA exclusively in our July interview, in which she also distilled the journey that shaped the genesis, engineering and perfecting of her long awaited debut album, Nadia Naked.

It’s an album that forced fans to master patience. After eons of  mounting anticipation,  she delivered a solid project that was able to satiate appetites built through her impressive catalogue of catchy street bops that include Money Back and Naaa Meeaan. 

2019 has turned out to be the year of Nadia Nakai, and it’s really reflective of the fullness of God’s timing.

Not only did she finally debut this album, she was also recently unveiled as the newest ambassador for global sportswear brand, Reebok. It’s as if she’s building a connecting career in the retail business, where she’s already seen successes with her own range, BRAGGA, currently sold at Sportscene.

There’s lots more, as far as big career milestones are concerned, that we can detail here. But Nadia Nakai has already expressed that nothing will top the release of Nadia Naked. It was an incredibly personal journey for her. “Some artists just put songs together and say it’s an album”, she said, shading the prevalence of mediocrity in passing, with no malicious motives. “It ripped me apart and put me back together.” Read the full interview here.

 

LADY ZAMAR 

A Sharp Shooter! Photo Credit: Lady Zamar via Instagram

She gave us the biggest digital single of 2018, Collide. It’s an anthem that lavished the most soulful aspects of our tastes, daring us to take the mellow with the upbeat.

And such is the work of art that is Lazy Zamar, whose consistency on the charts since her debut is truly something to marvel at in the age of fleeting blow ups and flatlines. Her multi-platinum selling debut solo studio album, aptly entitled King Zamar, produced a slew of chart topping bangers, all with the distinction of being authentic love songs luxuriating dance instrumentals that fill dance floors all over the country.

Mind you, for all the meteoric success of that album, she was actually building on a killer catalogue, which boasts collaborative projects with Junior Taurus and Prince Kaybee, a rich discography that boasts such hits as Charlotte, Mamelodi, Cotton Candy and other certified smashes.

Proving that she’s not here to fumble the bag, the good sis in July premiered her sophomore album, Monarch.

The critically lauded project is a stunning showcase of Zamar’s beautiful artistry. She’s a talented songwriter, powerhouse vocalist and has a stage a presence to match it all. We see a Queen who is here to collect the credentials for the way to the throne. We stan a musical Khaleesi. Dracarys!

SHO MADJOZI 

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What Sho Madjozi represents is so much more than just the individual narrative, aesthetic and stylings of an individual Pop star.

Her presence in the mainstream frame of Pop culture scales much higher to capture a discourse that is so much more. At the heart of it, she represents a departure from the western seductions authorising what parts of the African self we choose to reveal and celebrate.

She’s every girl from a small village in Limpopo, or any other remote part of Africa, who has no clue how she ought to navigate this fiercely heterosexist, classed and raced world in which girls like her aren’t imagined, or structurally positioned, beyond that far from the starting point. That starting point, ya’ll, is pretty much nowhere.

Sho Madjozi says to us, ‘you are enough.’

“I guess for me the my story is a testament that you can be any girl from any village, in any forgotten part of the world”, she said in the acceptance speech of her milestone BET Africa win in June this year. “You can still be superstar.”

It’s easy to know that you can be a superstar when you watch Sho Madjozi, who emerged as one of the most talked about live performers at the Global Citizen Johannesburg concert, where she set the stage ablaze merely minutes before Cassper Nyovest and Beyoncé.

It makes sense that she would ascend to disrupt the old wave to affirm a new thinking about African sounds and the images that attend to them. Real name Maya Wegerif, the Kona hitmaker grew up travelling the African continent with her father, who worked for NGOs in countries like Tanzania, Senegal and beyond.

This continent-wide upbringing inspired her Pan African creative outlook and sound.

SHEKHINAH 

Photo Credit: Shekhinah via Instagram

She’s easily one of the most country’s most gifted female vocalists. The riffs, agility, melisma and technique are unbelievable.

Having stamped her footprint in the South African music landscape with a slew of hits, including such bops as Back to The Beach and Let You Know, Shekhinah instantly became the voice of alternative pop and RnB – a genre that until the wave that brought us the likes of her and Sketchy Bongo, had always failed here.

In 2017, Suited became the definitive Pop anthem that blazed across radio stations and dance-floors nationwide.

The song solidified Shekhinah’s place as a force to be reckoned with in the local music business. It was just a start. Following the single’s commercial success, the Durbanite released her debut album, the critically lauded Rose Gold. The 12 track album spawned such hits as Please Mr and the beautifully lush collaborative RnB summer toon, Different, with Jamali’s Mariechan.

SIMMY

Photo Credit: Simmy via Instagram

Our first encounter with Simmy was on Sun El-Musician’s Ntaba Ezikude. Her distinct smooth voice elevates the melodic Afro-Soul flavoured instrument delivered by Sun El-Musician on his acclaimed debut project.

The synchronicity in their work on this song is that it alone completely prepared everyone for what would come next; a SAMA award nominated masterpiece album from Simmy.

For an unknown artist to drop a full studio album is not a formula most labels endorse these days. You are expected to spend near a damn decade winning over the loyalties of your audiences before the ground can be declared fertile for an album.

Simmy’s Tugela Fairy completed defied these conventions and emerged as a surprise fire project in 2018, instantly making her a household name. The album has since spawned a number of hits, including the catchy Mahlalela.

What we find to be so significant about Simmy, in addition to the commercial success she’s had with her debut album, is that she’s found just the perfect blend of Pop and influences from traditional afro-soul. There’s parts of the album that easily remind one of iconic Maskandi girl groups, such as Izingane Zoma.

MOONCHILD SANELLY

Photo Credit: Moonchild Sanelly via Instagram. Photo by Pixel Collective

There’s not a lot of people who are aware that Moonchild Sanelly has been putting in the graft much longer than her recent explosion of back to back dance anthems. And when we say anthems, we means ones that include a song Beyoncé selected for one of her promos.

Because everything she touches has been turning gold for the last three years – so much so that a lot of people may work from the notion that she kinda popped out of nowhere and dominated the charts for three years straight, a lack of awareness of her work preceding her current commercial success doesn’t do justice to how hard Moonchild has actually worked to get to this point.

Moonchild Sanelly, whose debut album, Rabulapha!,  has been the delight of the alternative techno and eletro scene since 2015, is certainly no overnight success.

To the this audience, she’s kind of epitomised this alternative energy, where she defiantly introduced African melodies and attitudes to the acidic worlds of techno, electro and EDM.

Her rise to the top has been steady, but so very well deserved. Moonchild Sanelly is refreshing in her rebellious approach to making music.

A black girl could always thrive in electric pop, and she demanded those very soundscapes to be elastic enough to celebrate the melodic trotting of a Xhosa girl who’s unafraid to expand the linguistic framework of the space.

In 2019, her biggest dream yet came true – working with Beyoncé. Months after performing at Coachella, Moonchild Sanelly laid down catchy vocals on the the chorus of My Power, one of the songs that appear on the soundtrack of Lion King: The Gift, an album curated by Beyoncé and a bevy of the world’s most sough after producers.

It’s all earned. Way before she unleashed such chart scorchers as Walk Ye Phara, Makhe and Midnight Starring, Moonchild was already that girl.

BUSISWA

One thing Busiswa does well more than anything else is being Busiswa. The authentic approach she has to music allows her to grow, evolve, start a family, return back to the stage, and rock even more fiercely, with the same frequency and energy, because she draws the inspiration from the same source – herself.

Shooting to fame on DJ Zinhle’s My Name Is, Busiswa became an instant fan favourite thanks to her high energy, big stage presence and catchy hooks. But it’s the follow up that really defined her and set her apart in ways that continue having ripple effects to her wave. Her debut single Ngoku was that gorl. Being her breakout solo single, the song placed her at the epicentre of SA Pop culture.

Sustaining the momentum and adding on it to become the girl Beyoncé handpicked to appear on the soundtrack for The Lion King, Busiswa earned her stripes through the consistent dishing out of blockbuster smash chart toppers, an insane catalogue of #1s that includes Midnight Starring and Banomoya (although my personal favourite is the less hyped Ngqondo, which I think showcases the Afro Pop Queen she’s really equipped to be).

In 2017, Busiswa premiered Highly Flavoured, a 13 track project that delivered a seamless play of groovy dance tunes.

More than the albums, we can’t help but love Busiswa’s kick ass stage presence.

Who’s your favourite South African female artist? Join the Conversation By Leaving Your Comment In The Comments Section Below, on Twitter and Facebook

 

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Riky Rick’s Cotton Fest Slated For Early 2020

If it’s good, give it a sequel.

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Summer is around the corner, so the time to start finalising the party calendar is here. Riky Rick knows that, so he’s timed the announcement for the return of the Cotton Fest just in time.

The rapper and culture enthusiast on Thursday announced the triumphant return of the Cotton Fest, the successful urban music event that saw its debut earlier this year.

Merging both known and unknown South African talent, Cotton Fest showcases the diversities in hiphop while fusing the gaps within the different local movements.

Although the exact date is yet to be confirmed, we can report that the second edition of the shindig is slated for February 2020.

And for the looming February date, Riky Rick plans to scale with the growing clout. The one-day urban music and fashion explosion is back with plans to be even bigger and better.

The announcement was twinned with the premiere of the 2019 Cotton Fest Aftermovie, which showcases the hottest scenes from the ground.

“Following the highly successful festival this year, it was an obvious move to do it again. Thanks to the support of every single artist, concert goer and even the suppliers we worked with, this festival made history, changed the game in a positive way”, said Riky Rick in a meeting earlier today and added, “We started planning Cotton Fest 2.0 the first week after the show, back in February. 2020 is gonna be on another level.’

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K.O and Nandi Madida Drop New Love Duet

The rapper and songstress reveal a softer side in new single.

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We know a love summer jam when we hear one.

So when Say U Will, K.O and Nandi Madida’s collaborative slow jam premiered on Friday, we knew the two had missioned to smoothly ease us into the looming spring and it’s all welcome, the country’s endured one too many collective blues.

 

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The new single marks a new era in K.O’s next musical odyssey, which is expected to arrive with a new album and an a fresh vibe.

In our exclusive interview with K.O in June, he did start teasing a different creative direction in the new era, which might also see him evolve beyond the Skhanda wave he championed at the start of his solo career.

READ INTERVIEW: K.O TALKS NEW ALBUM, SKHANDA MUSIC & MORE 

Say U Will also finds K.O slowing down the tempo to bring back the quintessential Hip Hop and RnB summer love duets  that came to capture the wave in the mid 200s.

K.O himself has churned out a few of these, having collaborated with several female vocalists to luxuriate Hip Hop instrumentals through the years.

K.O Nandi Madida Say U WIll

The single comes hot on the heels of Supa Dupa, the rapper’s latest single, which marked a triumphant return to the airwaves.

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Sho Madjozi Premieres New Song On COLORS

The Xitsonga rapstar thrills in performance of previously unreleased banger.

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She recently appeared on our list of the 7 Biggest South African Female Artists in 2019.

And Sho Madjozi once again proved she’s here to flip the landscape.

The Huku hitmaker on Thursday became the latest South African artist to be featured COLORS, a popular music platform which showcases global talent through performances. There, she delivered a high energy live treatment of John Cena, a previously unreleased song which found the perfect premiere in the platform.

WATCH: SJAVA PERFORMS ON COLORS 

The BET Africa award winning Xitsong rapstar has already received a thumbs up from the likes of Missy Elliott, who have expressed delight at the John Cena performance.

The year has been great for Sho Madjozi. Not only did she collect a BET Africa award, but she kicked off the year being featured as Apple Music’s Artist of the Month.

 

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