SA Music Awards (Sama) nominee Majozi, together with Aston Wylie, promises to give an electrifying performance at the East London Guild Theatre on Friday June 21.
Majozi was previously nominated for his debut album, Fire, and the pair have been playing together for five years.
“We’ve done like a million gigs together and I can honestly say [Wylie] is one of the best musicians in the country. It’s always such a pleasure playing with him, we have a good time,” Majozi said.
With sincere, heartfelt songs in the past and recently with top tracks such as Waiting and Somebody, the show promises to climb into the hearts of his fans.
“I generally write about things that are close to my heart.
“Most of the times it’s about my faith, love, and everything else branches off from that,” he said.
Most of the songs in his latest self-titled album start on piano and progress from there. Themes include vulnerability and insecurity, a true emotional reflection of Majozi’s song-writing process at the time and where he would like to be.
Wylie has also recently released his new single, Stormy Waters, following on the back of the release of Broken and Beautiful and Howling.
Besides choosing East London for its beauty, Majozi said he was trying to come out more to “connect” with all those that have who had supported him thus far.
Endearing fans of Majozi fans can look forward to some new music and collaborations in the near future.
“I’ll be doing some overseas shows and songwriting. I’m trying to broaden my horizons and gain more experience, so that I keep on growing as a person and an artist,” he said.
The show starts at 8pm and tickets are available at R150 on Computicket.