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Sha Sha- An Exquisite and Polished Zimbabwean -born South African Artist.

Hailed by many as the Queen of Amapiano, this lass has indeed made a very huge mark in the music artistry by collaborating with other artists like producers in order to bring out the genre, amapiano in a better style.

Born Charmaine Shamiso Mapimbiro, professionally known as Sha Sha, is a Zimbabwean born South african songstress; singer and Songwriter conveying her music in the genre of music known as Amapiano.

Early Life

Shamiso was born on 13, July ,1994 in Mutare, Zimbabwe.

In the course of her parents separation, she often resided with her grandmother and aunts and mostly joined the church choir while taking piano lessons.


She began her career at the age of 17 and was later discovered by Audius Mtawarira.

During her teenage years, one of Mapimbiro’s friends assisted her in gaining access to one of the biggest radio stations. She got the opportunity and caught the attention of the singer and songwriter Audius Mtawarira, who led her through mentorship and helped her improve her passion in music.

With the help of South African musicians such as Brian Soko, she was connected with South African musicians like Rouge and Priddy Ugly who collaborated with her.

Sha Sha was introduced to DJ Maphorisa through her cab driver. The two worked together and later met Mlindo the Vocalist and Don Laka.

She was previously signed to Black Major and currently Sony Music.

Upon signing a record deal with Blaq Boy, she released her debut EP, Blossom, through which shw was awarded the Best New International Act.

She gained popularity after collaborating with South African Amapiano producers DJ Maphorisa and Kabza de Small.

She later signed to DJ Maphorisa’s label Blaqboy Music.


Studio Albums

I’m Alive in 2009

Extended plays

Blossom in 2019.

As an important feminine figure, Sha Sha has depicted her creativity and ingenuity in styling her songs and making them appealing thereby earning her more proponents not only locally but also globally.

written by Ruth Ama Onumah


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