This Sunday, South African audiences will find out which of the Idols SA finalists will be going through to the finale. At this stage, it’s pretty hard to separate them – Nozi, Mpilwenhle and Thapelo have all wowed audiences from the start, and most will be happy to acknowledge that any one of them could rightly win the title. That said, speculation is something of a moot point, so we’ll focus on the guest artists appearing this Sunday.
First up, we have Ndoni, who is no stranger to Idols SA audiences as she was one of the finalists during season 16. Hailing from Newlands West, the young singer said her greatest inspiration came from being around talented people, and that she lived by the creed that things only seem impossible until they are done.
This Sunday, she’ll be performing ‘Angfuni Omunye’, the hit produced alongside De Mthuda and Da Muziqal Chef – whose music was performed not too long ago on this season of Idols SA by Sino Msolo.
Musa Keys, Konke and Chley
The second guest performance comes in the form of a group performance by three artists with a ripe history of working with one another: the afrobeats / amapiano performer Musa Keys, Durban-born Konke and vocalist Chley. They’ll be dropping a medley of ‘M’nike’ and ‘Selema (Po Po)’, which should get audiences to their feet in no time:
Of course, the real point of this Sunday’s episode is the reveal of the two finalists who will be going through to the grand finale with a shot at winning the whole season. It’s been a bumper year in terms of the number of people who have been voting, and that number has been going up every week. It’s going to be a massive show.