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Sha Sha reflects on trip to Namibia


By Jeoffrey Mukubi


This year Namibia has been a hot bed for African superstars that include the likes of Mr Eazi, DJ Maphorisa, Kabza de Small, Focalistic Emtee, Yemi Alade and a host of other well-known personality.


The latest superstar to grace the land of the brave with her presence is Zimbabwean amapiano star, Sha Sha, who came to Namibia for a performance and to take in the sights and sounds of the country. On an Instagram post, Sha Sha reflected on her journey while sharing pictures of her experience in Namibia.


“Namibia. These past few months have been exciting, painful, heartwarming, revealing, fulfilling, and of all sorts, trust me the list is long lol. Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe my home, man such a blast! I had forgotten a certain part of myself and through this travel and just going through life’s battles, brought boldness, conviction, and confidence that I believe nothing can shake, I had help, God, family, friends, and my fans you are truly my stronghold. A new me is on the horizon, I’m becoming and I’m so alive!” she wrote.


After bursting on the scene on a few years ago, Sha Sha has been a force to be reckoned with in the popular South African house music subgenre, amapiano. She had a string of popular singles with the likes of Samthing Soweto, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza de Small, which catapulted her into the mainstream music industry, winning at many international awards such as the BET and more recently at the AFRIMMA awards.

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