Vusi Nova promises fireworks at Women of Note concert

The highly gifted Afro-Pop musician, Vusimusi Nongxa, better known by his stage name, Vusi Nova, has promised an electrifying performance at the Women of Note festival to be held at the Vista Arena tomorrow.
Nova burst into the music business with his smash hit ‘I’d rather go blind’ a song in which he declared love for  whom he sang that if he could not have her, he would rather lose his sight. His music dominated the charts and got him performing in the length and breadth of South Africa and even in some countries in the SADC region.
Nova’s success was also fraught with challenges following his drug addiction that saw him spend over R2 million on drugs, more specifically cocaine. He said it was a chapter in his life that he would not want to ever visit again as it almost ruined his life and promising career.
He expressed that he loved performing in Bloemfontein as the locals loved his music.
“I have lost count of how many times I have performed in Bloemfontein as promoters always book me. I enjoy sharing my music with my fans as they are the ones who encourage me a lot to keep on producing many hits. I will introduce a new group from uMtata that I’m trying to put on the map in music business. These guys are brilliant,” said Nova.
 Nova advised young people to abstain from drugs and focus on their education as it would open many doors for them even when they want to pursue a career in music.
Nova would be sharing the stage with Robbie Malinga, The Sands, Amanda Black, Zonke and the new sensation Semito from Botshabelo.

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