Global Citizen is the world’s largest movement of action takers and impact makers dedicated to ending extreme poverty by 2030, and last week the organisation announced more performers for their next Global Citizen Live which now includes Sho Madjozi and Muzi.
The broadcasted performance will take place on 25 September and the South African stars will be performing Muzi’s latest release “Come Duze” together.
The song ties the inspirations of South African Bubblegum pop from the ’80s, and the snappy rhymes of Sho Madjozi together, to exemplify Muzi’s genre-bending production and vocal prowess.
“I’ve always wanted to make a South African disco song with Sho Madjozi and it couldn’t have been better. To also have my friends giving me backing vocals to make the song as authentic to the 80s sound as I possibly could was dope,” Muzi says about collaborating with the pop star.
Muzi and Sho are the latest performers to be announced along with Andrea Bocelli, BTS, Camilo, Green Day, Keith Urban, Lali, Lorde, Metallica, My Morning Jacket, Ricky Martin, and Usher.
Other artists involved in this once-in-a-generation day of unity across seven continents include Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Doja Cat, Stormzy, 5 Seconds of Summer and Måneskin to name a few.