Do you remember Mzambiya? Here what made him successful outside music

Do you remember Mzambiya? Here what made him successful outside music

Kwaito music was the leading genre in South Africa back in the late ’90s and early 2000s. The genre inspired a lot of people who are musicians today. We still hear some of the best kwaito lines being sampled in modern genres such as Amapiano and local hip hop.

One of the people who was discovered before even becoming a teenager is the man who was previously known as Mzambiya. His real name is Nkosinathi Zwane, and he recently changed his stage name to Zikode. Nkosinathi made a big name for himself in the industry when he released songs such as “Jersey Number 10.” He had a good career, and people loved him for his energy.

Zambia is the man who would disappear without a trace in the industry, and there was a time when people thought he was down and out.

The reason why I am writing this article is to share with you how Mzambiya has survived over the years, and what makes him successful even though he left the public’s eyes.

After adopting a lifestyle that was inspired by Kwaito Music, Mzambiya went back to school and obtained NQF level four, which is equivalent to a matric certificate. In 2011, he went to Centurion Academy to enroll in a three-year Marketing Diploma course, which he obtained in 2013.

Source: https://buzzsouthafrica.com/mzambiyas-biography-and-musical-achievements/

His dedication in the marketing business industry must have opened doors for him as he managed to start a company called “Among the trees trading and projects.” The company deals with events management, construction site management, and entertainment and has been running for 10 years, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Source: https://za.linkedin.com/in/nkosinathi-mzambiya-zwane-a4023a56

 

This shows that Mzambiya was one of the people in the industry whose vision extended beyond music. He recently dropped a motivational video whereby he was telling people not to read too much into what happened in 2020 and 2021, but that they must face 2022 with hope and dignity. He even made an example of himself, saying that he had also been down and out, but still managed to pull himself up.

Watch the video on: https://twitter.com/khawula_musa/status/1476487327593766913?t=cndsj1yk1obiPe1G1uOGNQ&s=19

I think this is what many artists need to do once they get exposure to the industry. They become well-known human beings, and their faces will make it easier for them to open doors that are hard to open.

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