South African artist Nomcebo Zikode was born in 1985. She is from Hammarsdale in the South African province of KwaZulul-Nata. She is well-known for the song “Jerusalema,” which she co-wrote with Master KG, a well-known male south African musician. She gained international recognition for the song that topped the African charts, and she views it as a stepping stone to greater success.
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Nomcebo recently shrugged off claims that “Jerusalema” was her “one-hit” song in an interview with TshisaLIVE. But Nomcebo, who will be 35 in 2020, regarded the partnership with Master KG as a beginning point.
She won a talent competition on Ukhozi FM in 2003, which was hosted by Tshepo Nzimande, and as a result, she started gaining notice in the entertainment sector.
After Nomcebo won a talent contest on Ukhozi FM in 2003, she attracted media notice. Other runner-ups in the Tshepo Nzimande-hosted competition included Lundi, S’fiso, Kholeka, Nhlanhla Nciza, and Zahara.
She has previously backed up South African diva Zahara on vocals. With the release of her track “Imizamo Yami,” she launched her career in music. Imizamo Yami by Nomcebo is a song about the pain of receiving unrequited love from a loved one.
With the help of their “Jerusalema” cooperation with Master KG, Nomcebo achieved international success. On YouTube alone, Jerusalema has received more than 100 million views. The song has been streamed the most in Africa and has traveled beyond of South Africa. Burna Boy, a Super Star in Nigeria, remixed the song, increasing its popularity there with over 6 million audiomack streams.
Fans claimed that Nomcebo’s partnership with Master KG was only ever a temporary success, but she sees it as only the beginning of even bigger things.
Who is Nomcebo Zikode’s Husband, Selwyn Fraser?
Nomcebo Zikode’s husband is Selwyb Fraser. Ziyanda, a daughter, and Mnotho, a son, are the two lovely children that Nomcebo Zikode and Selwyn Fraser are parents to. The pair doesn’t post many pictures of their kids on social media, seemingly taking their parental duties extremely seriously.