Uncle Waffles video that changed her life.
Mzansi biggest South African DJ Uncle Waffles remembered the 30 minutes video set that changed her life for good.
The Amapiano producer and DJ, whose real name is Lungelihle Zwane, 22, commented on her video on October 15 of last year.
She talked about how her life has changed as a result of that set.
She will always be appreciative to God for making this possible, according to Uncle Waffles.
The musician wrote: “This 30-minute set I wasn’t supposed to get completely changed my life. I’m forever grateful, thank you God.”
Her fans also shared how incredibly her career grew since then.
“Grace of God locates you everywhere. You deserve everything that’s happening now. It’s your time,” Malumz said.
“As South Africans, last year we had to burn so that @unclewaffffles could breath fire. And I won’t mind burning again,” Mmakgabo wrote.
“God’s timing baby girl combined by His Grace. Then add amadlozi. A combination no living person will ever understand. May He and them continue to bless you,” Linda Moeketsi commented.
Since then, Uncle Waffles has given performances both domestically and abroad.
The musician has received a spot on BBC Radio 1, where she discusses the influence of amapiano music on a show every Thursday at midnight in Mzansi and 11 pm in the United Kingdom.
In addition, she has published a few singles, including Tanzania, Love I Need, and Uwelona.
Tanzania is creating a stir across the nation. She recently received a platinum plaque as a result of it as well.
However some people still don’t believe in her hard work and are equating her success to her looks, some sweeps think her looks and way of dressing is what has landed her at the top. Do you agree? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.