South African rapper Sho Madjozi is proving relentlessly that she has what it takes to bring that different spice she’s introduced to the South African Music Industry to world.
The rapper was in 2018 chosen as one of the change-makers in the Vogue World 100 list – a selection of people in music, television, and fashion who are revolutionary in reinventing borders of fashion and culture globally.
In the exclusive feature on the platform, Madhozi was profiled in a video of her journey back to her roots and throwing a massive party in Tsonga.
The accompanying caption on the Vogue’s instagram post read:
“In the landscape of post-Apartheid South Africa, Madjozi’s unapologetic Pan-African pride is an antidote to the devastation of cultural erasure. Her music gives voice to a newly-forged South African identity,”
This feature is a big win for Sho and would definitely open more international doors to her.
Read the full article on www.vogue.com
By Sarah Oyedo