ShaQuille Chuma, a 23-year-old recording and performing amapiano artist based in Norton, better known by his stage name, ShaQuille Kings is a spotlight-proven.
The artist who was nominated last year for Best African Act at the 256 Hip Hop Awards, and won a slot at the award show sharing stage with great artists such as Nasty c, Sarkodie, and other influential artists.
In 2016, I wrote my O’level and started recording music in 2017, where I released beautiful ladies and Thulamzala that received airplay in Zimbabwe and South Africa. In 2018, I appeared on the track of Chanter Tjs that was played on Woza Friday and Coke On The Beat on ZBC t.v. Later that year, Thulamzala was chosen as a theme song for Dlala Ngamla a Byo-based t.v series that is played on ZBC on Monday.
“As an artist, I’ve faced many challenges, some of which are lack of sponsorship as my music grows, but that won’t stop me from delivering music as I’m going to drop an Ep titled “The Voice of Amapiano” featuring tracks like Dlala number 9, Mapolisa, Mfundisi and many other souls taking songs.
I mentioned in a Twitter statement that the EP will be dropped on 3 March 2021, that the EP will be available on all digital platforms and that I will be giving 5 copies free of charge to lucky fans through a challenge to be announced. At the moment, I’m pre-booking the EP to fans who want early treatment through my social media platforms, for those who want the EP they can contact me @ShaQuille Kings directly on my Facebook official page,” ShaQuille said during an interview with Mr. Kiezy.