Miss 2020 has been set and contestants are waiting, especially Sho Madjozi

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Miss 2020 has been set and contestants are waiting, especially Sho Madjozi

The dazzling 2020 Miss South Africa finale will feature a number of this country’s most enjoyable musical talent, several of whom are going to be performing their new songs for the very first time.

Miss 2020 has been set and contestants are waiting, especially Sho Madjozi

Two of this year’s acts are not any strangers to Miss South Africa, Mi Casa performed at the Sun City finale in 2014 when Rolene Strauss took the crown and Sho Madjozi wowed the crowds sometimes Square last year when Zozibini Tunzi triumphed.

Joining them for the 2020 pageant – to be held at The Table Bay hotel in an entertainment-packed event on Saturday, United Nations Day, from 17h00 and broadcast survive M-Net and Mzansi Magic – are Ami Faku, Jimmy Nevis, and Sun El-Musician.

Mi Casa, one of the foremost loved dance bands within the country, are going to be performing their latest single from their new album We Made It. With a sound that has not only stood the test of your time but shaped South African dance floors for the past decade, the band has gone from strength to strength with their Afro-Pop/House grooves and shown the planet that nothing can keep positivity and an honest formula down.

Ten years, countless awards, and five albums later, the group has signed a world record that affects Afroforce1 Records and Universal Music Group. The trio – which comprises Dr. Duda piano, J’Something vocalist and guitarist, and trumpeter Mo-T – are going to be performing their latest release.

J’Something recalls their Miss South Africa performance six years ago: “I will always remember that day, I felt more nervous than the particular contestants. it had been a flash I never forgot and to be back maybe a blessing, celebrating the sweetness and going to do what we love with a brand-new song that I feel is going to be so fitting. we have a replacement single; it’s called Mamela and it’s my favorite song I even have ever made with Mi Casa. So to urge to perform it for everyone on such a platform is another moment on behalf of me and hopefully, all of you to seem forward to.”

2020 has been a bumper year for both KZN’s Sun-El Musician and therefore the Eastern Cape’s Ami Faku. Sun-El was the most important winner at this year’s South Africa Music Awards (SAMA), walking away with three SAMAs within the categories: Best Collaboration for his runaway hit Akanamali, the SAMPRA Highest Airplay Song of the Year, and Samro Highest Airplay Composer’s awards, while Faku was announced because of the winner of the coveted Female Artist of the Year for her debut album Imali.

Sun-El Musician and Ami Faku are going to be performing Into Ingawe at the pageant. Both say they’re looking forward to the performance and seeing what the highest 10 bring back the table on the night: “They are a fantastic group of young women who represent our country and its diversity.”

Regarded as one of the simplest performers in Africa, Sho Madjozi incorporates the Tsonga culture through her music and public image. Last year the multi-award-winning rapper was featured on the worldwide music platform COLORS, where she performed her song, John Cena. Madjozi was praised for the song by many notable people, including rapper Missy Later and also appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show to speak about the song. She was nominated for Best International Act at this year’s BET Awards and has been signed by Epic Records.
Miss 2020 has been set and contestants are waiting, especially Sho Madjozi
The past year has been one of self-discovery for Cape Town musician Jimmy Nevis who has unearthed new energy in his sound, message, and brand: “I am performing a mash-up of my lockdown single Hey Jimmy also because the debut performance of my new single Magenta – which releases the week after the pageant – so I’m very excited for everybody to listen to the song. My band and that I am able to bring you into summer!”

Miss South Africa 2020 is going to be screened to survive Saturday, United Nations Day, from 17h00 on M-Net and Mzansi Magic also because of the live online stream with exclusive behind-the-scenes content.