Boity, Nandi Madida and Ama Qamata among list of stars celebrated as Apple Music's Visionary Women

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Boity, Nandi Madida and Ama Qamata. Images supplied by Apple Music - collage by Afika Jadezweni
Boity, Nandi Madida and Ama Qamata. Images supplied by Apple Music - collage by Afika Jadezweni

The Apple Music Visionary Women campaign turns the spotlight on 15 phenomenal Mzansi women, including musicians Elaine, Nadia Nakai, Boity and Sha Sha – fresh from her BET Award win.

These artists along with prominent influencers and personalities including Blood & Water stars Ama Qamata and Natasha Thahane along with Nandi Madida who appears on Black is King, have created playlists of their favourite female musicians and vocalists that have influenced and inspired them.  

READ MORE: The 18 designers featured in Beyoncé's Black is King visual album everyone should know 

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