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Sjava Weighs In On Boity And Nadia Nakai Being Nominated For The SAMAs

Sjava Weighs In On Boity And Nadia Nakai Being Nominated For The SAMAs. Award winning artist Sjava has always been a supporter of his fellow friends and industry mates whenever they shine bright in the industry. The recent announcement nominees for the 27th annual SAMAs had lovers of music giving mixed reactions to the news, but Sjava is celebrating two of the award show’s nominees!

Sjava Hints At Who His Next Collaboration Could Be

The uMama hitmaker took to his Instagram page to weigh in on Boity and Nadia Nakai’s nominations for Best Hip Hop Album. Sjava reposted of the two rappers at Nadia Nakai’s 30th birthday celebration and wrote that when the two of them started out in the industry they were criticized but they are outshining. Sjava was also an attendee at Nadia’s birthday dinner.

He wrote on his Instagram story, “When they started they were the most criticized And today they winning.

Nadia also celebrated their SAMA nominations by captioning her Instagram post, “What SAMA nominees be looking like…

Nadia is nominated for the deluxe edition of her album Nadia Naked while Boity is nominated for her debut project 4436 that includes the hit single 018’s Finest featuring Maglera Doe Boy and Ginger Trill. The two are up for the Best Hip Hop award next to fellow rappers, Yanga Chief, Nasty C, Zakwe and Duncan.

Sjava is up for two awards himself and is nominated in the Best African Adult Contemporary Album and Best Produced Album Of The Year categories. In his career, Sjava has won a total of 4 SAMA awards in the years 2017 and 2019. Sjava’s latest project Umsebenzi achieved over 5 million streams and the multi talented artist plans to drop more music in 2021. He was in the studio with Zoocci Coke Dope but fans are unsure of what the two are cooking up.

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