The biggest Amapiano vocalists in South Africa today!

Behind most amapiano songs are impeccable vocalists that just bring the track together. Amapiano has a couple of sub genres and tracks don’t have vocals on them but the ones that do will have you singing and dancing all night long. Here are some of most prominent voices in Amapiano right now!

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1. LADY DU

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Lady Du is one of the most featured women in Amapiano. She has collaborated with the likes of Mr JazziQ, DBN Gogo, Cassper Nyovest and Busta 929. Lady Du has been working on her music career since the age of 9 and said she got her big break in 2020.

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Listen to her new song uZuma Yi Star inspired by none other than former president Jacob Zuma.

2. DALIWONGA

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Daliwonga is a multi talented singer who has incredible range. He has worked, DJ Maphorisa, Kabza de Small and King Monada. Has released two full length albums and the biggest song he is featured on right now is Maphorisa and Tyler ICU’s Banyana.

3. BOOHLE

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Boohle’s soulful voice will have you weak at the knees as soon as she hits her first note! Boohle has worked with Mr JazziQ, Josiah De Disciple and Loxion Deep. Her vocals on Cassper Nyovest’s Siyathandana will have you wanting to fall in love.

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4. MADUMANE (DJ MAPHORISA)

If you didn’t know, well now you know! When he’s not behind the decks or in the studio producing, DJ Maphorisa is behind the mic as a vocalist! Some of his own songs he’s laid vocals on are Izolo and Bentley.

Check out his vocals on Felo Le Tee’s Ngwana Mani.

5. MPURA

Just like Lady Du and Boohle, Mpura is also one of the most widely featured artists in the genre right now. Mpura has collaborated with DBN Gogo, Mr JazziQ, and he was apart of one of the biggest amapiano hits, Umsebenzi Wethu. 

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