Makhadzi (born Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona; 30 June 1996) is an award-winning South African singer. She is known to many music lovers for her hit songs ‘Tshanda Vhuya‘ and ‘Matorokisi‘.
She is has become a household name in the South African music scene and is passionate about her music style. Her hard work coupled with her passion has made fans love her songs.
|Born||30 June 1996 (age 25 years)|
Ha-Mashamba Tshivhangani, Limpopo
|Label||Open Mic Productions|
She was born in Ha-Mashamba Tshivhangani, a small village situated just outside Elim, in Limpopo, South Africa. Her parents separated leaving her and her two (2) siblings under the care of their mother.
Makhadzi completed her grade 12 at Mukula Integrated School. She furthered her academic pursuit and obtained a qualification in Public Relations. She is a student of Drama at the moment.
In 2012, she released her debut album and has dropped a total of six (6) albums as of 2020. She traveled to France, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe to hold performances, as a teenager.
She also dropped a song titled Tshikwama which received positive feedback from music lovers. She was the host on Yo TV for her first television performance in 2018.
Makhadzi has had interview sessions with several radio stations in the country. She shared with listeners about her life, music, and hardship.
She also made an appearance on The Morning Show on ETV. Makhadzi was among the performers at the ‘2020 DSTV Mzansi Viewers Choice Awards’.
|2017||LMAC||Best Tshivenda hit||Winner|
|2018||TSHIMA awards||Best Tshivenda Dance Artist/Album of the Year, Female Artist of the Year, Tshivenda Song of the Year, Best Tshivenda Artist of the Year||Nominee|
|2021||Mzansi Kwaito & House Music Awards||Best Music Video||Nominee|
She boasts of an award she took home during the Limpopo Music Awards in 2017. Yo Shoma, her hit song, was the top on the best Tshivenda hit of the year category.
In 2018, she was nominated at the TSHIMA awards for Best Tshivenda Dance Artist/Album of the Year, Female Artist of the Year, Tshivenda Song of the Year.
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