Busiswa Believes Nigeria And South Africa Collabs Could End Xenophobia

Mzansi singer, Busiswa believes that collaborations between Nigerian and South African artists and DJs could end Xenophobia.

Xenophobia has been a huge problem South Africans and Nigerians. Various cases have wedged a divide between the two countries. However, there is a ray of light as many believe that music could end it all.

In a recent post made to her Twitter page, “Love Song” hit maker, Busiswa shared a list of the collaborations she believes could end Xenophobia. According to her Nigerian and South African artists and DJs collaborating could change so much. Her list includes collabs between Sha Sha & Tems, Something Soweto & Rema, Vigro Deep & Zinoleesky, Focalistic & Mayorkun, Daliwonga & Omah Lay, Njelic & Teni, and Kabza De Small and Sarz.

She went on to add that a Mfr Souls and Simi collab could do the trick. Busiswa is one frequent collaborator with Nigerian artists. She recently featured on Zinoleesky’s “Kilofeshe” remix alongside Mayorkun.

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