Sho Madjozi is looking for a music producer and you stand a chance: ‘I wrote this song and it needs a beat’

Sho Madjozi. (Photo:Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Sho Madjozi. (Photo:Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Queen of XiTsonga rap Sho Madjozi is trying to put some coin in the pockets of music producers during the lockdown.

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While many freelancers are unable to make money due to the nationwide lockdown in response to the spread of Covid-19, the John Cena hitmaker has seen an opportunity to ease the pressure on some creatives.

The award-winning muso took to Instagram to call on music producers – well-known or not – to help produce her yet-to-be-released single Sena Ala.

The muso has written the song and has asked anyone cable of giving it a beat to send it to her and she promises to pay for their service.

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Sho said she’s not restricting potential producers into sticking to a specific genre. They have until Sunday to make an impressive production of Sena Ala.

“Attention Producers !!! I wrote this song and it needs a beat. Use this sound, put it on a beat and post it with the hashtag #SenaAla! BPM: 126. Deadline: April 26. Get that quarantine money let’s goooo. Any genre is welcome,” she posted on Instagram.

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