Zama Khumalo’s debut album has been moved forward as her record label, Kalawa Jazmee took to social media to explaoin the reason behind the delay.
“As you are aware, we are a record label that takes pride in making quality music and while we had originally planned for a September release, a number of factors including Covid-19 meant we had to move that date out.” read part of the statement.
Zama’s album drop will finally happen on 12 November and her fans are excited.
In Other News: PHOTO OF BOITY THULO COVERED IN BLOOD AFTER FIGHT WITH BUJY BIKWA EMERGES
Radio and TV personality “Bujy” Bikwa (33) was recently booked and charged for assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after allegedly throwing a glass at 31-year-old media personality Boity Thulo.
This resulted in Boity being injured on the face after an argument broke out at a hotel in Midrand Johannesburg. Boity Thulo was immediately rushed to the hospital after a physical altercation broke out between her and. Learn more