Video: Here’s A Teaser Of Zahara And DJ Sbu’s Upcoming Track


After all the hard work in the studio, DJ Sbu and songstress Zahara appear to have cooked up a dope track which is set to drop soon.

The new much-anticipated track Ndingubani  is expected on the sound marine this weekend. However, Zahara and Sbu have decided to hype the track ahead of its official release by dropping a teaser to get fans excited.

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If the teaser is anything to go by, then we got ourselves a dope one. The song sure sounds like everything we were promised.

3 days before we drop the brand new #SummerBanger #InstantClassic #HitMusic #NewMusicAlert #Ndingubani @djsbulive ft @zaharasa × @rabsvhafuwisa

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Zahara started singing in her school’s choir at the tender age of 6. Her voice was so strong and firm that at the age of 9, she was told to join the senior choir.

Meanwhile, South African businessman and kwaito artist DJ Sbu was allegedly attacked by a gang of security guards. The incident happened at the Major League Gardens Spring Party at FNB Stadium on Saturday night.

The award-winning musician and radio presenter whose real name is Sibusiso Leope confirmed the attack. “We went to the event and started rehearsing behind the stage and to my shock, the security guards and Major League associates started attacking us for no apparent reason,” he said.

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The aftermath of the attack was that he allegedly sustained injuries to his head. In addition, the musician had to forfeit the gig as he left the venue with his dancers without performing.

Moreover, DJ Sbu said he regretted not pressing charges against the guards who attacked him. Though advised to press charges, Sbu turned it down because he didn’t want to spoil the show for Major League. However, he’s now regretting his leniency as several speculations have emerged following the incident. Some of them even suggested that he acted out of drunkenness.