WATCH: Sho Madjozi's 2 songs about the coronavirus are public service announcements that hit the right note!

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Sho Madjozi (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES)
Sho Madjozi (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES)

Local rapper Sho Madjozi has made some new songs to remind people of the hygiene measures put in place to help prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. 

Through her songs she is making sure South Africans know and understand the rules the best way she knows how, through a catchy melody.

Taking to her Instagram page last week, the Wakanda Forever singer turned one of our famous and favourite childhood rhymes into a song, reciting the preventative measures to ensure hygiene when it comes to the current Covid-19 pandemic.

SEE THAT POST HERE:


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In the song, she counts the five important things that South Africans need to abide by during the Coronavirus outbreak.

You can hear her singing that people should stay at home, wash their hands and limit touching and hugging.

Then on Monday Sho shared a video where she raps about the 'elbow handshake' as first demonstrated by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his state of disaster address all those weeks ago and the fact that some people still want to do out. 

SEE THAT SONG HERE:

Fan could not help but stan the singer and her "Lockdown rules" others already predicting that it will be a hit, especially with all the kids being at home and others saying their singer just made them really want to stay home and keep safe.

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