Things continue to change as Shizo releases second single

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DJ, producer and promoter Shizo.
DJ, producer and promoter Shizo.
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  • DJ, producer and promoter Shizo released his second single, Dilo di chenchitse.
  • The single is inspired by a video that went viral on social media.
  • Shizo's first single was released last year.

From spinning the decks and entertaining crowds in his backyard in Mabopane, north of Pretoria, DJ, producer, and promoter Andrew Dimakatso Majabe, better known as Shizo, proves how things have changed with the release of his latest single.

Dilo di chenchitse [Things have changed], produced by Lloyd LaSoul and Mochen, was released on Friday.

Speaking to Channel24 about the single, Shizo said its title is inspired by a video that went viral on social media.

In the video, a man pulls up to his friend driving a new Mercedes Benz V-class.

When the friend expresses shock about the man's new wheels and the designer clothing he is wearing, he responds to all of his friend's remarks and questions about the vehicle and his new clothing by saying, "dilo di chencitse" [things have changed].


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"The message behind the song is that things can change; you just have to work hard if you want to achieve that change," he says.

Shizo's debut single, Mswaepeni [The card swiper], was released last year.

The DJ, producer, and promoter began exploring his love for music from the tender age of 11 and took it a step further when he started DJing at the weekly social gatherings he hosted in his backyard.

He eventually started his own entertainment company, GaboShizO, in 2015.

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