Busiswa gets intentional on appreciating Beyonce for featuring on her 2019 and 2020 project, which shook the world.
Aside featuring on the American singer’s album, the SA star also joined the few South Africans who appeared on the Black Is King music film.
In a touching note shared, on Instagram, Busiswa claims it’s a dream come true and it’s inspired young girls from her hometown.
“My Queen @beyonce I thank God for your life. The vessel you’ve allowed yourself to be. The seat you have given so many at the table. The realizations you’ve created for millions of young girls, but particularly for girls in my hometown of Mthatha, South Africa Girls who will see me on your platform & unleash their own inner Queens because they realize EVERYTHING you can dream is within reach.”
“My life is changed. My own Black king, my son, will understand greatness comes from authenticity and staying true to himself. Your impact will linger on for generations. Your legacy will forever be #TheGift. Thank You,” she wrote.
Moonchild Sanelly, Nandi Madida, Late Mary Twala, John Kani and a few others made South Africans proud in the music visu