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Sjava Hints At Who His Next Collaboration Could Be

Sjava Hints At Who His Next Collaboration Could Be. Multi talented artist Sjava always keeps it real and honest with his music. The Umama hitmaker’s music has always been relatable to fans and he is rather consistent with his tunes. He is quite fond of collaborations and it seems like he already has his next one lined up.

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The award winning artist took to twitter to congratulate Zoocci Coke Dope on his new partnership with Stay Low for his independent record label PiFF AUDiO. He also mentioned that he recently had a studio session with the star producer and mentioned that it is rare to see a producer at Zoocci’s age that is disciplined and focused.

His tweet read, “Was in a session with this King Zoocci Coke Dope last week it’s very rare to see a producer at his age being that focused,disciplined and dedicated“. Zoocci responded that he can’t wait to have Sjava back in the studio writing, “LOVE BRO CANT WAiT TO HAVE YOU BACK AGAiN.“.

The two artists have never worked together before so it will be interesting to hear what they come up with. In a previous interview Zoocci previously mentioned that Sjava is one of the artists he wouldn’t mind producing an album for. Other artists he mentioned were Nasty C, A-Reece, and YoungstaCPT.

Sjava hasn’t been up to much after the release of his Umsebenzi EP in December 2020. The EP did extremely well and celebrated 5 million streams in just two months of its release. He did however feature in Trompies’ music video for their single uKhala Kanjani featuring Mbuzeni.

He has not made mention if he has plans to release a full length album in 2021. Sjava’s last full length release was in in 2018 when he dropped Umqhele under Ambitiouz Entertinment.

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