Johannesburg, South Africa – Friday, 26 February 2021 – Bassie reaffirms her strife to Amapiano dominance with Sizani.

New kid on the block, Bassie is the raising star looking to reaffirm herself as a leader in the genre of Amapiano with her latest hit single, Sizani. Already having received the endorsement of Amapiano leaders, Mfr Souls who featured her on hit single, Bathandwa; Bassie is ready to take center stage.

Sizani is already garnering traction as a single which continues to celebrate female voices in the male dominated genre. The track has a slow, deep groove, courtesy of a jazzy piano sample giving Bassie room to explore her hauntingly poignant voice,

However, more than just affirm her voice in the genre which has taken the world by storm. The star continues her working relationship with fellow musician, Boohle and authority in the hitmaker and producer-DJ, T-Man.

Sizani is the first of many hit singles that Bassie has in her canon and marks her debut single for the year.

Listen to Sizani here.

About Bassie:

Musician, Bassie hails from the Windmill Park, Boksburg. The talented musician who is a champion of women empowerment has been pro-women even from a young age by engaging in extra circular activities that celebrate and highlight the talents and strengths of women like cheerleading.

From conducting the choir from at 18 for the Sunward Park High School to fronting the Mfr Souls’ Bathandwa Challenge, Bassie has always led from the front. The singer’s has had many highlight during her continued raise to the top of the Amapiano genre. However, none gave her as much coverage as her feature on the hit show, Lockdown House Party Season 1.

About Sizani featuring Boohle and T-Man:

 Sizani is a feel-good track giving credit to the DJ’s making sure people are entertained at groove.

Bassie and Boohle take turns singing about how impossible it is to leave the party, thanks to the DJ’s hypnotic selections, over a laidback, midtempo T-Man SA production.

Instrumentally, the single pays ode to South African-inspired percussions, and repetitive, raw vocal stylings by the up-and-coming songstress and her collaborator Boohle.


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