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Mandy SB feel blessed being part of ZIMPRIDE AWARDS

Reporter_ by Bhekinkosi Tshuma

The 2020 PRACA awards winner for the best female artist Audrey Mandile Mangena who ia also known as Mandy SB has felt the blessing for the second time after being nominated again for 2021 Zimpride awards.

Growing up in rural areas at Lupane, a better living for her was only existing on her dreams as she was raised by her grandmother who later passed away in 2010.

Upon arriving in Bulawayo, music became her hobby as well as a growing dream.

The 20 year old lady is a houz, gqom and an Afro singer who was nominated and won a 2020 PRACA awards for being the best female newcomer last year. On her interview with BANO newspaper, she told the paper that she started listening to her dream of being into music when she realised her talent was based in art. “I started my musical journey in August 2018 where i started realising singles.

I worked with Ashera# the top zinja, Succs Dokoteli and King Tee on my singles. Hence i feel so blessed again being part of Zimpride Award.

Iam so grateful and thankful to all those who supported and who still does today i thank you a lot. With joy iam here to announce the long waited track Ubuhlungu is now out” said Mandy.

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