- Nozuko Mapoma, better known as Zu, started singing at a local 11th-grade music teacher’s restaurant.
- Before long, her melodious voice stole the hearts of guests and left Zu with a thriving career in the South African music industry.
The universal singer who started singing afro soul music is now fond of Amapiano’s vibe and is promoting his new single “Let Me Go” with Stak. This young singer is inspired by various elements of life and music and can combine them in his unique voice.
“My music is a collection of feelings. “I don’t necessarily fit into a certain box.” The packaging made me feel like I had to give up my vision and morals,” said the Nadim noMculo singer. Zu, who continues to rely on prayers and pour out his heart, said that artists always struggle to meet the public’s expectations with their performances.
“One of the biggest challenges from artists is matching the public’s expectations with their performances. “From the outside, everything looks brilliant and brilliant, but most artists have a hard time. “To stay on earth, I pray, and I use music to support myself.
The artist draws inspiration from other music giants such as Msaki, Macy Gray, Dolly Parton, Tracy Chapman, and Miriam Makeba. However, his most outstanding achievement so far is the documentation of his career in digital archives. “I have spent years documenting my professional development in the form of rehearsals, performances, and studio sessions.
“So my biggest success is my digital archive of travels and my music catalog. “Although I currently work in the Amapiano space, working on a digital platform reflects my work, politics, and flexibility,” he said. For them, Youth Day reminds us that people have an impact when they come together.
“This is a reminder that people have influence, and when we come together, for one thing, we can change things. “Singaysusa Nandini na! “Young people have to start with what they have. “You have to be vigilant, careful, and consistent,” he added.