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Suzy Eises lures South African collaborations with tweet

Suzy sets Twittesphere abuzz with Amapiano trumpet sounds.

Suzy Eises in scores with South African artists
Saxophone queen Suzy Esis is on the roll this week once again as she seems to be blowing her instrument to the right ears. Taking to social media recently, the star shared snippets of her infusing amapiano sounds with her saxophone which has received over 61K views and over 3000 retweets.

In the comments section, Suzy’s fans and fellow entertainers including south Africans Thandiswa Mazwai and Moonchild Sanelly gave the Namibian star credit for her talent and skills. Award winners Busiswa and DJ Oskido, however, went beyond giving Suzy Eises a pat on the back and invited her gigs and collaborations.

Suzy Eises is one who invests in her art and has been taking up spaces over the years and breaking barriers that have deemed unimaginable. The saxophonist studied music for two years at Brigham Young University Idaho and London College of Creative Media over the years, polishing up on her game.

https://twitter.com/Moonsanelly/status/1240549584323186689?s=19


She has been invited to perform in London at The Earth Orchestra, taking centre stage at the Windhoek Jazz Festival, Durban Jazz Festival as well as this year, representing Namibia in Dubai.
We definitely can’t wait to see what comes out of South Africa for Suzy!

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