ZAMAJOBE’S TIME AWAY FROM MUSIC
Speaking to Drum, Zamajobe shared that time away from music has afforded her the opportunity to spend more time with her family. She says that now is the time for her to make incredible music and to be a supermom all at the same time.
“I didn’t want to have a nervous breakdown in front of people. I chose to stay away and stay in my corner.”
“I just stayed at home to heal I realized I had been healing for too long. I’m only learning now that healing is a journey and not a destination.”
ZAMAJOBE’S BIG COMEBACK
The Ndawo Yami hitmaker says coming back into music will require a push in marketing her music. Her three albums, Ndawo Yami, Ndoni Yamazi, and Thula Mntwana were a major success in South Africa.
Her debut album Ndawo Yami featured hits like Magic, Stormy Weather, Ye Wena Sani, and Ndawo Yami.
She released a new single titled Bubble of Love on 25 June.
FROM SOUL AND R&B TO AMAPIANO
Zamajobe’s upcoming project will be a four-track amapiano offering. The Sama award-winning singer said the message for her upcoming project is about thanking God. After losing family members due to COVID-19, she wanted to make amapiano music rooted in prayer and gratitude.
“I will be doing amapiano in my way, my interpretation of amapiano”, says Zamajobe