Talk about music, and South Africa’s name can never be forgotten. Top music stars have originated from this ‘Mandela’ country. Top acts like Lucky Dube, Yvonne Chaka, Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, Rebecca Malope, Brenda Fassie and many more have all conveyed their country through music to the world.
South Africa has a serious inundation of artistes who are doing very well, with the present number of them like Nomcebo Zikode joining the fleeting trend.
Nomcebo has cherished music since childhood, and was even derided in school for saying, she will be a musician later on whilst growing. She disregarded all negativisms and proceeded to ‘grasp’ her passion as an admirer of music.
She clearly understood her music potential after she moved to Johannesburg. In the wake of moving to Johannesburg to seek after her music career, she never quenched the ‘fire’ but went all out to produce fabulous tunes that won her some honors.
Nomcebo has been around for a significant long time but what slung her to the world the more, was the point at which she featured on Master KG’s melody ‘Jerusalem’, who is equally a hunky-dory artist with a mind blowing accomplishment.
Nomcebo Zikode is a South African artist, lyricist, and entertainer, who ventured into the spotlight in the wake of participating in the talent search on Ukhozi FM headed by Tshepo Nzimande in 2003 in South Africa and won.
The capable vocalist has composed and sung ear satisfying melodies like: Imizamo Yami Ft. Bongo Beats, and many others and has also featured on the tunes of other strong South African musicians including Dj Ganyani, DJ Mashega, Mobi Dixon, Master KG Bongo Beats, No Flava and numerous others.
Actually, her Afro-house single, “Imizamo Yami” has picked up popularity not only in South Africa, but across board, with Bongo Beat working it out along with Nomcebo to make the tune a hit.
Under the tutelage of the record Label, Open Mic Production, Nomcebo has cut a fine specialty for herself undoubtedly.
Nomcebo really wanted to explore the universe of PCs and technology after studying Information Technology (IT) but music captured her en route.