Suzy Reveals She Worked With Busiswa On Her Upcoming Album

The saxophonist is soaring

By  | Nov 16, 2020, 07:23 PM  | Top of the

Suzy Eises has finally decided to let the cat out of the bag that she recently worked with SA superstar Busiswa on her upcoming album. The saxophonist took to Instagram and uploaded an image of Busiswa's tracklist in which she is also featured on.

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Suzy has had the pleasure of working with various renowned musicians in her illustrious music career including DJ Maphorisa, and speaking to NAlebrity earlier this year, she revealed that she would love to work with Kabza De Small " I have worked with DJ Maphorisa, and I hope to work with him again and Kabza de Small. I hope to work with Wizkid, Burna Boy, most South African musicians since I love South African music and jazz musicians."

Suzy broke the internet earlier during the year after she posted a series of videos playing her Sax, to various songs. Numerous artists hinted at collaborating with her.

"Hopefully I will be creating music or performing with Wizkid, Busiswa, DJ Sbu, Oskido, Thandiswa Maswai, Prince Kaybee before or by the end of 2021. The process of international collaborations can be lengthy," she told NAlebrity

Now one of her dreams has come true as she has collaborated with Busiswa on a song titled Bonnie and Clyde. In a post on Instagram, the saxophonist said she did something with Busiswa and it is dropping this coming Friday.

Busiswa is set to release her much-anticipated album titled "My Side Of The Storyā€¯ this Friday, November 20." The SA singer who has worked with Beyonce before recently opened up about suffering abuse on numerous occasions. 

"In the years between 2013 and 2019, I was in, not one but two abusive relationships." Said Busiswa. "The first was with Sfiso Mazibuko who abused me physically, psychologically, and emotionally. The second was with Katlego Mlangeni, who is the father of my child. He abused me physically, emotionally, financially, not only while we were in a relationship but he came after me four months after our break up to beat me up once again after seeing me out with someone else."

"I'm not making this video to speak about these to individuals. I'm making this video to talk about gender-based violence but also, to talk to women and girls who have or may ever find themselves in those situations." She continued. "When I first got hit by a man, my first thoughts were not anger but pity. I was in love and I thought the person that I was in love with was going through some things and I felt I needed to help them get through those things."

Congratulations Suzy.

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