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Uncle Waffles Celebrates Securing BBC Radio 1 DJ Residency

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Some of those who were unimpressed by her sudden rise to fame gave a timeline for her to disappear from the scene. Bu Uncle Waffles continues to rise and shame her critics. She’s scored yet another career milestone. In a recent tweet, the songstress announced to her fans that she had secured a BBC Radio1…

Some of those who were unimpressed by her sudden rise to fame gave a timeline for her to disappear from the scene. Bu Uncle Waffles continues to rise and shame her critics. She’s scored yet another career milestone.

In a recent tweet, the songstress announced to her fans that she had secured a BBC Radio1 residency, and she was more than happy about the achievement. She will be a host on the platform, where she will shed lighter on amapiano, the genre that made her famous. She also promised to share some of the trending amapiano songs on the platform. For those who might wonder about the schedule of the programme, the songstress noted that it would take place every Thursday by 11 pm (United Kingdom time) and by midnight (South African time).

The reactions to the announcement showed that fans were pleased for her and happy she would join the BBC – one of the few South African DJs ever to do so. Uncle Waffles rose to fame with the song “Adiwele.” It was released by Young Stunna and resonated with her. So she played and danced to it, charming a whole nation. Fame followed.

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