Makhadzi revealed that it has always been a dream for her to be a part of the South African annual music conference, Moshito.
“The pain, rejection and discrimination has made me who I am today. I am proud to see that my talent is recognised globally and I will continue giving the people good music aweee,” said Makhadzi.
“Despite the unmeasurable impact of Covid-19 in our lives and as an industry, we have managed as Moshito to find a way of keeping the vision, the brand, the industry alive and vibrant with possibilities. We pride ourselves in preserving our indigenous music and bridging trade experience in the sector,” stated on Moshito’s press release.
General manager of Moshito, Sina Kwepile, said the 17th annual music conference brings together industry practitioners, experts and talent scouts from all over the world.
“Moshito remains the platform that gives emerging talent an opportunity that every aspiring musician should take up without hesitation, which is to present their music in front of industry decision makers,” said Kwepile.