Chart-topping star Makhadzi's famous dancers, Limpopo Boy and Skoropo, are ready to take centre-stage with the imminent release of their new single.
The dancing duo will swap the dancing stage for lead roles a singers with their new release titles Woza Summer featuring Mr Brown, Queen Lolly and Airburn Soundz.
The single is due to drop later this month.
"Working with her [Makhadzi] has been an amazing experience because I am learning a lot from her and I can say I got the courage to even start in music from her," Skoropo said.
Limpopo Boy, real name Matome Thoka, has been dancing for Makhadzi – real name Ndivhuzannyi Ralivhona – for more than six years. He said he would still dance for her regardless of his solo career.
His dance videos have attracted more than a million views on YouTube. "Me and Makhadzi connect especially on stage, its like we were meant to work together … our stage energy and experiences are the same. So yeah its amazing," Limpopo Boy said.
"I can't wait for the country to see what we have to offer as a duo and how they will receive us."
The dancer, born in a small village called Botlokwa in Limpopo, is an envy of many as he shared a stage with Beyonce and Jay-Z during the Global Citizen Festival two years ago.
He has also danced for local greats including Sho Madjozi, DJ Cleo, Dr Malinga, King Monada, Lady Zama and Master KG.
"When I was young I wanted to do both dancing and singing. But I was not ready to venture into music that time," Limpopo Boy added.
Skoropo, real name Blessing Khumalo, was born in Tembisa on the East Rand. He started dancing 'since I could spell my name correctly' and has worked with Makhadzi for two years.
"Choreography is in me. I love dance, I love music. I also go around the country teaching dance to young people. I am my happiest when I do that. I started as a musician before dancing professionally but things back then didn't work for me. After seeing my dance career rising I then decide to go back to music," he said.