Sho Madjozi and Moonchild Sanelly Left the Audience in Awe as They Performed at Super Bowl Weekend
South African artistes, Sho Madjozi and Moonchild Sanelly, performed at Super Bowl Weekend.
At the Miami’s Super Bowl weekend on Sunday night, Sho Madjozi and Moonchild brought the heat to the stage and made the audience blown away with outstanding performances. They also included a surprise guest feature with American DJ, Diplo.
Popular rapper, Sho Madjozi, famous for her great dancing skills and lovely colourful outfits, performed remarkably and made everyone astounded. She performed alongside popular artists including Halsey, Diplo and The Black Eyed Peas.
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The BET Award for Best New International Act winner, Sho Madjozi, spent every second of her time on stage, entertaining the audience with her internationally-acclaimed hit titled, ‘John Cena.’ John Cena is widely recognised and has been a hit single in several countries of the world.
The John Cena hit-maker talked about the performance at Super Bowl Weekend:
The entire world is looking at us for what is happening next, culturally, musically, etc. It’s so clear that Africa is leading the way trend-wide. The best part is that we are just our authentic selves, being proud of our heritage and telling our stories. Having Budweiser recognise that is very special and providing this stage to perform is a great privilege.
After Sho Madjozi’s performance, Moonchild Sanelly also took over and gave an impromptu performance with the American DJ, Diplo. It’s obvious the African creatives are taking over as the crowd also enjoyed Moonchild’s styled Afro-punk sounds and her outstanding performance. While on stage, the Tsonga rapper performed her hit tracks: John Cena, Idhom, Dumi Hi Phone, and Wakanda Forever.
The three-day event was graced by A-listers including Gabrielle Union, Nick Lachey, Usain Bolt, and Ja Rule.
Karoba “Poppy” Molestane, award-winning South African illustrator, also featured at the festival.