Nomfundo Moh honours her mother’s birthday.
- Nomfundo Moh observes her mum’s birthday.
- Nomfundo Moh celebrates her mom’s birthday
Nomfundo Moh, a 21-year-old South African singer who recently joined Spotify’s Equal Africa programme, honours her mother on social media.
The artist honoured her mother’s birthday and shared details of their celebration with her family members on social media.
Nomfundo Moh captioned the post with “Kwakhon’ ukvuka kwami namhlanje, hhay ngoba ngingcono.. Cel’ ukhumbul’ umndeni wami, cel’ ukhumbul’ abazali bami” (Manyathi, 2022). Happiest birthday to my lovely mom. Grateful for a second place called home, phecelezi emaFuzeni 2.0 Izibusiso mazande,”
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It’s been heard that grace followed the release of Amagama, Nomfundo’s debut Afropop album, in January of this year. She is the second South African artist selected to take part in the platform’s flagship initiative that elevates the voices of gifted African women, joining DBN Gogo.
Nomfundo Moh revealed “Being part of Spotify’s Equal programme actually shows me that my talent, as a woman, is recognised and that there are people who are willing to help me. People who see my vision and ambition and people who want to put me on greater heights,” she also added that women should grab opportunities and use their superpowers.
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Spotify’s head of music for sub-Saharan Africa, Phiona Okumu as well stated that the music streaming platform is committed to “finding and amplifying the voices of female African creators on the African continent has led us to find exceptional voices like Nomfundo, and the amazing talents before her, such as Ayra Starr, Amaarae and DBN Gogo. It is our hope that other young women creators see this as proof that their talents can and will be recognised and supported.”
Nomfundo’s career journey began when she joined her church choir and subsequently started covers of her favourite songs, which launched her career. Award-winning producer Naxion-cross created her debut track, “Lilizela,” which was released in 2020. She is influenced by musicians like Mthunzi, Amanda Black, and Ami Faku, all of whom are talented musicians who have successfully infused African music with their unique creative viewpoints.