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Lil Zara goes international 

Up coming artist Sheya Ithana known as Lil Zara has gone against all odds to chase his dream of becoming an international artist by featuring South African musician Emtee. The achievement of the star was celebrated on social media as it trended for a few days.

Having broken in the industry this year, the South African based Lil Zara said that he had always loved music however had not been fortunate to find a producer who believes in him and willing to shape him into an international artist that he is currently.

Highlighting his work experience with Emtee on his EP, the Baecation hitmaker says it was more than a dream come true.

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“Emtee man is a pure talent and he is going to stay here for another two decades in the music industry. He did his hook in 30 minutes, I think that can speak volume for itself, he said adding that the song  was an eye opener and it taught him to be patience and that faith is key to success. This was actually an eye opening experience about the music industry and how people carry themselves because of the brand they carry,” he stated.

Lil Zara moved to South Africa two years ago to study and began music career too. He is currently working on a few music videos and another EP which is dropping before end of the year.

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“ Africa in general can enjoy this EP before I drop another master piece. I really love taking my time when it comes to working on a project because I focus more on creativity and what my audience and the general public want to hear,” he concluded.

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