Lady Du Reacts To Being A Guest At The Biggest Radio Station In The UK

Lady Du Reacts To Being A Guest At The Biggest Radio Station In The UK. Lady Du is currently one of the hottest voices in amapiano. Born into a family of musicians, her father DJ Choc and uncle DJ Zan D are reputable deejays and producers. Lady Du, real name Dudu Ngwenya, first learned how to play at the tender age of nine. Since then and during her early adult life, she had been trying to get a successful break into the music industry.

Lady Du is currently in the UK on tour, and while she’s there, she had the pleasure and honour of being invited as a guest at one of the biggest radio station in UK called BBC Radio. The star gushed to the achievement and took to social media to share that she is living her dream and that of every young Africa. The singer showcased flawless vocals on a well-known radio programme on BBC. She appeared as a guest on DJ Edu’s show popular show, Destination Africa. “It is every young African’s dream to get an interview here I’m sooo excited @djedu let’s rock the biggest station in the UK,” she wrote.

Though she made songs with renowned producers such as DJ Clock, DJ Mshega and DJ Maphorisa (back when he still did gqom) in 2013, 2014 and 2018 respectively, her breakthrough only came under a year ago through the track “Superstar”, alongside revered amapiano deejay and producer Mr JazziQ.

Lady Du’s musical journey speaks to her resilience, and her success can rightfully be attributed to her perseverance. On “Superstar”, Lady Du sings about aspiring to superstardom, even going as far as mentioning some South African celebrities that she looks up to! Today, her name is listed among the very stars she once mentioned on the track. Since 2020, she has collaborated with heavyweights like Oskido, Cassper Nyovest, Khuli Chana, Focalistic, De Mthuda, Josiah De Disciple, Busta 929, DBN Gogo and many others. Her signature sultry voice, which sometimes resembles that of a baby, can also be heard on some of amapiano’s biggest smash hits like “Umsebenzi Wethu”, “Dakiwe”, “Catalia”, “Woza”, “GUPTA” and more.

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