Three South African-born female musicians were included in a snapshot that circulated on social media, which amazed commenters.
It is not surprising that these three women managed to share one shot because they have a lot in common.
As they both fell in love with music at an early age and began performing locally, they are now doing international tours and filling venues in various nations.
DBN Gogo, whose real name is Mandisa Radebe (uMaka Mah), was born on May 30, 1993, and is visible on the road’s right side. She works tirelessly to carve out a niche for herself in the South African entertainment industry.
DBN Gogo is unquestionably excellent at what she does. She makes the ideal disc jockey. She is also a talented singer, composer, record producer, hype woman, and entertainer.
And in the center is South African dancer-turned-musician Kamo Mphela, who sprang to fame online after sharing a video of herself performing on social media. She is the featured singer and dancer for the Amapiano hit songs Labantwana Ama Uber and Sukendleleni.
With her slick skills, Kamo is riding the wave of her recent success as the queen of the dance floor.
She rose to fame near the end of 2019, and ever then, her followers have been gushing about her.
She just established herself in the entertainment sector and landed a job at the recent DStv Mzansi Viewers’ Choice Awards (DStvMVCA).
Additionally, on the right side Uncle Waffles is the stage name of Lungelihle Zwane, a South African female DJ who is causing a stir in the music business. Swaziland native who has always had a deep love for music.
She has always enjoyed singing and dancing along to her favorite songs while listening to the radio. She developed a fascination for mixing and producing new sounds as she grew older.
🥺♥️@DBNGOGO @Kamo_mphelaxx pic.twitter.com/fVTox9PoCZ
— Waffles🐉 (@unclewaffffles) July 3, 2022