Moozlie Speaks Of How Winning ‘Best Female Rapper’ Award Impacted Her Career

Moozlie Speaks Of How Winning ‘Best Female Rapper’ Award Impacted Her Career. Nomuzi may have had her rapping skills questioned by some people but the majority agreed a long time ago that she is indeed a Star.

Back in 2018 Moozlie won an award for Best Female in rap at the South African Hip Hop Awards. She was the first woman to actually get the award, it was after releasing a number of hits including Vatel from Victory album.

Speaking to Zalebz the Sfun’ukwazi rapper expressed how winning the award impacted her career. Mooz also counts as an independent artist after parting ways with K.O’s former label Cahstime Record. Being independent and winning has motivated her to eelevate her craft even more.

“I found that I have other currencies that I can negotiate with whether it’s my social media currency, fashion stuff, the mc stuff there’s a lot of things that I could exchange to get the album done. So that was a great business lesson that I am still using to this day.” 

When it came to the creative process of the album (Victory), Moozlie learnt that it is not always about the artist. 

“I really wanted to be like such a fuckin badass on my first album tell people that shit, but I found that when I surrendered myself to the process and I didn’t necessarily make it all about me although it’s my album you can’t make it about yourself because ultimately it’s not only you that it’s going to listen to the music,” says Moozlie. 

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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