Synonyms for mafikizolo or Related words with mafikizolo

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Examples of "mafikizolo"
Hugh Masekela appeared with Mafikizolo in their music video "Kwela"
Mafikizolo hits included - "Meet Me At The River" and "Marabi"
Afropop sensation "Mafikizolo" and Ntando Bangani, better known simply as "Ntando", are successful acts that hail from Krugersdorp.
Backed by Shades of Black band, Alexio has appeared with local and international singers including Mafikizolo, Zahara, Jah Prayzah, Oliver Mtukudzi.
On April 5 and 6, 2013, Mafikizolo performed "Khona" at the 2013 Cape Town International Jazz Festival. On April 4, 2013, a day before their performance at the aforementioned festival, Mafikizolo stopped by SABC 3's Expresso Morning Show for an interview. Moments after their interview, they performed "Khona" to Expresso's TV viewers. A minuscule level of controversy arose after their Expresso performance. Many people felt that the duo lip synced and didn't put much effort into their performance.
On November 22, 2013, Mafikizolo performed the song at the CAAN (Caribbean American and African Nations) awards which took place in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State. The award ceremony featured additional performances from Sean Kingston, Samini, King Sunny Adé, Tuface Idibia, Banky W., Timi Dakolo, Wizkid, Kcee, Sean Tizzle and Daddy Showkey. Mafikizolo performed alongside Zahara, Mi Casa, Dr Malinga, Dj Sbu, DJ Zinhle, Big Nuz, Professor, Oskido and AKA at the Christmas With Our People Music Concert.
Mafikizolo is a South African singing duo consisting of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza. They are three-time winners of the South African Music Award for Group or Duo of the Year.
In 2013, he co-produced Davido's "Tchelete" single featuring Mafikizolo. On 26 June 2014, Shizzi worked alongside Davido, Tiwa Savage, Lola Rae, Sarkodie, Diamond Platnumz and Mi Casa to produce MultiChoice's Africa Rising campaign song.
To promote their brand, Hennessy launched the "Hennessy Artistry African Tour", a one-night-only event which was staged in several parts of Nigeria, Johannesburg and Accra and featured live performances from notable artistes WizKid, 2face Idibia, Patoranking, Mafikizolo and MzVee.
For his debut effort, Nyovest enlisted a number of producers including Nigerian composer Masterkraft (whose production credits include Wizkid and Sarkodie), Uhuru (which produced the award winning "Khona" by Mafikizolo), and The Order's Brian Soko (who co-produced Beyoncé's critically acclaimed "Drunk in Love").
Reunited is the eight studio album by South African duo Mafikizolo. It was released physically on 10 April 2013 and digitally on 11 April 2013 via iTunes. "Khona", the album's lead single, debuted on January 10, 2013, and was met with critical acclaim.
One Africa Music Festival: Vanessa performed live at the Toyota Center - Houston on Saturday, October 22, 2016. This unforgettable night featured Africa’s finest such as Nigerian afrobeats stars 2Face, Banky W, P-Square, Dbanj, Olamide, Flavour, Kcee, Harrysongs, DR Congolese Fally Ipupa, South African duo Mafikizolo, East Africa’s Vanessa Mdee, and many more
Uhuru (Swahili: "freedom") is a South African musical group best known for producing the hit single "Khona" performed by Mafikizolo. Signed to Kalawa Jazmee, the band consists of Themba Sekowe (Maphorisa), Nqobile Mahlanu (Mapiano), Sihle Dlalisisa (DJ Clap) and Xelimpilo Simelane (Xeli).
The ‘Koene’ hit singer beat Mafikizolo (South Africa), Yemi Alade (Nigeria), Davido (Nigeria), Eddy Kenzo (Uganda), Oritse Femi (Nigeria), and Teeyah (Ivory Coast) to win the award. The rapper thanked God and Ghanaians for their support which he said helped him emerge victorious at the event.
This transition didn’t come short of any releases and he has been a part of the stable to date. He has since recorded several hit Singles including Kipepeo, Kioo and One centimeter, An African collaboration featuring Popular Nigerian Artiste (Iyanya). He has also featured popular south African Duo, Mafikizolo in his single titled "Going Nowhere"
The music video for "Khona" won Most Gifted Dance Video and was nominated for Most Gifted Video of the Year at the 10th Annual Channel O Music Video Awards, which took place at the Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown, Soweto on November 30, 2013. Moreover, the music video won Best African Act Video at the 5th edition of the 4Syte TV Music Awards. Mafikizolo were nominated for "Best African Act" at the 2013 MOBO Awards and MTV Europe Music Awards for "Khona". "Khona" won Song of the Year at the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards. "Khona" and its music video was nominated in the Song of the Year and Best Video of the Year categories at the 2014 African Muzik Magazine Awards; Mafikizolo won the Best Collabo award for collaborating with Uhuru on "Khona".
On February 2, 2014, Davido released "Aye" as the fourth single from the upcoming album. The song was produced by T Spice. The music video for "Aye" was released on February 7, 2014, and was directed by Clarence Peters. According to the music video's synopsis, "Davido plays a poor farmer who falls in love with the prince’s love interest." On April 30, 2014, HKN Music released the upcoming album's fifth single "Tchelete (Goodlife)" featuring South African duo Mafikizolo. The song, which translates to "Money", was produced by Oskido and Shizzi. Upon its release, the song was distributed by MTN's Play and Callertunez platforms. The collaboration between Davido and Mafikizolo came about as a result of them networking at MTN Nigeria's Elite Night event in December 2013. The music video for the song was shot and directed in South Africa. It was uploaded onto YouTube on May 1, 2014. Oskido and Uhuru made cameo appearances in the video.
On May 26, 2013, Mafikizolo performed "Khona" at "Big Brother Africa: The Chase"'s launch show alongside Kenya's Stella Mwangi and Nigeria's Don Jazzy, Wande Coal and D'Prince. On June 23, 2013, the musical duo performed the song at the 2013 DKM concert alongside D'banj, 2 Chainz, Olamide, Fally Ipupa, Naeto C and Kayswtich. On September 1, 2013, Mafikizolo performed "Khona" at the 2013 edition of the Jazz on the Lake concert in Johannesburg. They commented on the event, saying, "We’re so grateful for every platform we get to promote our new album, as well as share our music from previous years. We’re so happy to reunite with them on beautiful platforms such as Jazz on the Lake."
"D'Kings Men" was made available for purchase on iTunes a day after the DKM concert, which was held at the Eko Hotels & Suites on June 23, 2013 in Victoria Island, Lagos. The concert, which was headlined by D'banj and 2 Chainz, featured additional performances from Kay Switch, Phyno, Olamide, Mafikizolo, Fally Ipupa, and Naeto C. Ayo Makun, Kenya Moore, Toolz, Lynxxx, Efya, Fade Ogunro, Timaya, Juliet Ibrahim, Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi and Susan Peters were all present at the event.
Oscar Bonginkosi Mdlongwa, popularly known by his stage name– Oskido, is a South African recording artist, DJ, record producer and businessman. He is one of the pioneering artists to popularize the Kwaito genre of music outside the townships of South Africa thus making him to be regarded as a premier in the South African music industry. He is also the co-founder of Kalawa Jazmee Records (formerly Kalawa Records), a record label which houses musical acts like Mafikizolo and Uhuru.