Daliwonga biography, age, profile, background, label, discography

Daliwonga (born in Diepkloof, Soweto) is a South African poetic singer. He is popular for using South Africa’s fastest-growing electronic-music movement Amapiano in his works

The talented singer is loved for his melodic voice and is making a name for himself.

He has also featured in several prominent Amapiano joints. He features includes in Hamba Nga twoFriends With Benefits, and Yelele.

He has also collaborated with other artists and big names in the music industry. Daliwonga had collaboration with Luu Nineleven on a project – Sematasatasa.


Daliwonga biography
NameDaliwonga Matiwane
BornDiepkloof, Soweto, Gauteng
NationalitySouth African


He was born in Diepkloof, Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa and was named Daliwonga Matiwane.


The singer has been entertaining music lovers with his hit since 2019. He has been dropping them under BlaqBoy Music.

He has further had collaborations with popular names in the industry like King Monada, Sha Sha, and Kabaza De Small. He worked on “Tester” with King Monada. The song made waves and was heard on several commercial radio stations.

He collaborated with Luu Nineleven to release “Sematasatasa” and has recorded more collaborations in his music profession so far.

He featured on several tracks dropped under the group KLS. The group consists of Kelvin Momo, Luu Nineleven, and Stoks.

Matiwane is also a poet and has made a unique impact in the industry with his talent. He tells a tale utilizing Amapiano instruments to suit his lyrics.

He dropped his album Chameleon in 2019 and it recorded huge success for the upcoming artist.



  • Gumba Fire
  • Menemene
  • Chameleon
  • Jabula
  • Phata Phata
  • Vur Vai
  • Crash Into Me
  • Tell Me
  • Khawuleza
  • Hamba’nawe (Hambanawe)
  • iPhutha
  • Ungang’yeki (Ungangyeki)


  • Bamb’Inja (Bamblnja)



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