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Gazza remembers Mshoza

Artist of the decade Gazza who has worked with the late South African queen of kwaito says she was a force to be reckoned with.

Speaking to unwrap.online, Gazza recalls working with the Kortes hitmaker on the song South to Corner saying that it was an honour.

” She was so comfortable. She didn’t make it seem like it was a paid gig but something she really wanted to do. I will always remember her energy,” he said.

Gazza also said that her untimely death is a loss to the international music community as Mshoza opened doors to many female kwaito stars.

” A lot of female artists joined the industry because of her. She was a leader and an inspiration,” he stated.

The recording artist’s manager Thanduxolo Jindela confirmed the news, saying: “The Kortes hitmaker succumbed peacefully in the early hours of this morning.” 

“She had been living with diabetes for a long time and she was treating it,” he told Sowetan Live
Speaking to Channel24 Thanduxolo confirmed that the artist died of complications from diabetes, adding that she tested negative for Covid-19.
The 37-year-old made public that she had been diagnosed with diabetes in 2014.

Mshoza is survived by her two children, Pride and Jacob Jnr Mnisi. 


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