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Top 10 Things You Might Know About Cici 2019

Top 10 Things You Did Not Know About CICI In 2019 – Born on the 15th of February 1987 in a town called Ladysmith located in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Busisiwe Edith is our superstar.

Twala better known as Cici, is a renowned singer, actress and fierce dancer that has had an impact on the growth and development to the modern pop music scene in South Africa.

  1. South African singer whose career took off immediately with the release of her debut single “Runaway” in 2015. The song earned her a Metro FM Music Award for Best R&B Single as well as two Metro Award nominations.

2. She was signed to 999 Music after winning a talent search conducted by the South African Arts & Development Association.

3. In 2016, she made her acting debut with a role on the South African soap opera Rythm City.

4. Busisiwe Thwala’s parents were pastors.

5. Cici also featured on drama series Khuthu Khatha, season one of SA Top Actor, did cabaret shows for Sun International and Montecasino, reached the top 10 finalists in SA Pop Stars and the SA Idols last 32.

6. Cici is not completely new to music having been featured on music albums by several DJs, including DJ Mbuso, DJ Terrance, DJ Nastee Nev and DJ Choice.

7. While still in recovery from an alleged attackby Arthur Mafokate, CiCi has released a video for her new track which she has used to tell her story. 

8. Cici laid charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm against her ex-lover and label boss Arthur Mafokate last year after an altercation between them allegedly turned violent.

9. The beginning of her music career can be dated back to the year 2003 with the main influence being traditional popcraft.

10. Further growth in the entertainment space, Cici joined
Ambitiouz Entertainment in the year 2017. She debuted her signing by releasing a heartfelt single titled Iqiniso.

Written by: Aphiwe Theodorah Mvinjelwa

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