Mshoza, real name Nomasonto Maswanganyi, is on a mission to have the public have a completely different opinion of her. The days of her relationships monopolizing the headlines are over. She has her goals set to her name emgraved in history books!
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Mshoza expressed that she will show Mzansi and the whole world what her stand point is and the person she is now.
The musical artist’s ambition is to become the first female artist succeeding the late Brenda Fassie, to have packed out stadiums and sharing her music with all. She also said, that her feeling is that the time is right for female musicians to make a stance.
Still in meetings with various stadiums and stakeholders, Mshoza did not tell all, not going into much details for her future plans.
It has been reported that the most important part of Mshoza’s mission is to assist and uplift abused women. The Kortes hitmaker, shared that she has a plan to express the power and flexibility of all women.
The Brand Manager of Mshoza, Thanduxolo Jindela, assured TshisaLIVE that plans are in placed to ensure that Mshoza’s dreams become reality. He also said that the timing has to be right to reveal the exciting details, so we can only sit back and watch the space.
TshisaLIVE received more information from a reliable source, that Mshoza was keeping focused in order to employee more women to join forces with her and assist in making this awesome dream of hers come true.
She will not only be targeting local talent but will extend the invitation to international artists to contribute in her drive.
Rumour has it that Mshoza wants to challenge Cassper Nyovest who followed up #FillUpOrlandoStadium with a brave attempt to Fill Up FNB Stadium in December last year.
Cassper Nyovest had stunned us before by filling up The Dome, escalating it to Orlando Stadium, and then an attempt on FNB, one of the biggest arenas on the continent, which was always going to be a tough challenge.
In the lead up to the event, the rapper admitted he was struggling to find sponsorship, but he still wouldn’t back down. A few weeks ago though, Standard Bank came through, and he had a bit of a leg up.
While he didn’t exactly fill FNB stadium to capacity – with a target of 75 000, and managing to sell about 68 000 tickets, he however did exceptionally well especially considering that he didn't really have a sponsor to bring his dream to reality, until just a few days before STandard Bank defied odds and came to his rescue.
Mzansi will wait and see how Mshoza would like to walk down the same lane. We however, wish her all the best.