Muzi and Sho Madjozi

Muzi and Sho Madjozi Images via Twitter @muziou @ShoMadjozi

Muzi and Sho Madjozi set to light up Global Citizen’s 24-hour stage [watch]

Muzi and Sho Madjozi are the only two South African artists lined up for the Global Citizen 24-hour live broadcast on 25 September!

Muzi and Sho Madjozi

Muzi and Sho Madjozi Images via Twitter @muziou @ShoMadjozi

Global Citizen is set to have a live 24-hour broadcast on Saturday 25 September where some of the world’s biggest artists will be performing. The performance will be filmed in some of the world’s most vibrant cities and Muzi and Sho Madjozi are set to perform on the Global Citizen stage. The live 24-hour broadcast is in support of Global Citizen’s, year-long Recovery Plan for the World campaign. 

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The Global Citizen Live broadcast will have performances in Sydney, Rio de Janeiro, London, New York City and Los Angeles. There will also be performances in Lagos and Johannesburg. The organisation has lined up over 30 artists to perform. 

On the lineup for Global Citizen’s 24-hour broadcast are Italian opera tenor Andrea Bocelli, Canadian singer-songwriter Alessia Cara, Nigerian superstar Burna Boy, Demi Lovato, Stormzy and rock band Green Day. 

Also on the lineup are South African superstars, Muzi and Sho Madjozi who will be performing in Johannesburg. 


In anticipation of her Global Citizen performance on 25 September, Sho Madjozi took to her Instagram account to reminisce on her first performance on the Global Citizen stage in 2018 at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. 

“I’m proud to announce that I’ll be one of the performers!! Alongside Billie Eilish, Doja Cat, Davido, H.E.R and so many more!! And this time you can watch from anywhere in the world.”

Muzi and Sho Madjozi are set to perform their collaboration Come Duze.

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Muzi teamed up with Sho Madjozi on Come Duze that will form part of his upcoming album Interblaktic set to be released on 1 October. 

The music video of the single is fabulous as it features Sho Madjozi’s grandmother’s dance group Mme a Gudani. The women perform the traditional xibelani dance that is performed by Tsonga women. 

The self-proclaimed Zulu Skywater said that he has always wanted to make a South African disco song with Sho Madjozi. Muzi also has a song on the album with Canadian DJ, Kaytranada.