Award winning rapper Sho Madjozi and Moonchild Sanelly will be sharing the stage with American pop group Black Eyed Peas and Diplo at the Budx holding during the Super Bowl LIV weekend in Miami. The Super Bowl will be holding on the 3rd of February 2020 at the Hard Rock stadium, Maimi Gardens in Florida, United States.
Sho Madjozi and Moonchild Sanelly won’t be the only South African artist performing as they will be joined by one of South Africa’s very own King of Culture, Karabo Poppy Moletsane. The three artistes will be joining over 200 influential creatives from over 20 countries, as this will include musicians, artistes, fashion gurus and athletes.
The Marketing Manager of Budweiser Africa commenting about the upcoming event said;
African creatives have a unique voice, style and edge with a worldwide influence, Budweiser is excited to have identified exceptional culture shapers from the continent. We have created the BUDX platform for these kings to claim the spotlights on the world’s biggest stage while sharing their inspirational stories.
Moonchild took to her Instagram page to make the announcement and says she will be thrilling the fans with her music vibes (poetry turned rap) and her signature blue hair. She wrote:
Hey boobeams💙 Miami here I come baby💃🏽 The next few days are gonna be filled with flames galore!!! Heading to the official @budx weekend hosted by @budweiserza It’s going to be fire 🔥 I’ll be creating content and sharing my #BudX stories with world class talent!!! REPRESENTING SOUTH AFRICA👑 #BeAKing #BudXMiami 💙💃🏽 @budweiser
Sho Madjozi who couldn’t hide her excitement confirmed the news on her Instagram page and said it is a big deal to be one of the artistes to show the word the creativity of African artists, she wrote:
Good news!! I’ve been confirmed to perform during Super Bowl weekend in Miami alongside Black Eyed Peas, Halsey and Diplo !!!! #BudxMiami 😱😍😁…. (unfortunately this means I won’t be attending Cotton Fest 😢 please rock out for me 🔥💜)
Sho Madjozi & Moonchild Sanelly agreeing to perform at Budx means they both won’t be honoring the stage at the forthcoming Cotton Fest festival, a very similar event which is holding around the same date in South Africa.