Sha Sha


Sha Sha real name Charmaine Shamiso Mapambiro is an award winning Zimbabwe Amapiano singer based in South Africa. Sha Sha rose to prominence to after featuring Samthing Soweto's hit song Akulaleki. Sha Sha won the 2020 BET Viewers Choice Best New International artist  beating Rema from Nigeria, Celeste and Young T & Bugsey from the UK, and Hatik and Sracy from France.

Where is she from

Sha Sha was born and raised in Mutare, a eastern town in Zimbabwe. She said she moved quite a lot between Mutare and Bulawayo a lot. As a result Sha Sha was able to to learn Zimbabwean Ndebele which is similar to Zulu which helped her to become fluent in Zulu when she moved to South Africa. Sha Sha can speak 4 languages fluently which Shona, English, Zulu and Ndebele.

Career and Education

Sha Sha started her music career in Zimbabwe where she  worked with Australian based Zimbabwean musician Audius Mtawarira, who became her mentor. She later she relocated to South Africa despite her family's reservations. Initially she performed at restaurants and weddings until she met Melusi Mhlanga, a cab driver, who also drove DJ Maphorisa. Mhlanga introduced Sha Sha to DJ Maphorisa who signed her to his Blaqboy record label in 2018.

Sha Sha rose to prominence to after featuring Samthing Soweto's hit song Akulaleki. Sha Sha went on to release her debut album Blossom in 2019. The album cemented her new superstar status.

Awards

Sha Sha won the 2020 BET Viewers Choice Best New International artist  beating Rema from Nigeria, Celeste and Young T & Bugsey from the UK, and Hatik and Sracy from France.

Age

Sha Sha is 25 years old as of 2020.

Boyfriend

It's not known if Sha Sha is dating anyone at the moment.

Parents and Family

Sha Sha's father, mother and family are not yet known.

Ethnicity

Shona.

Nationality

Zimbabwe,


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Website https://www.instagram.com/shashaofficial1/
Sha Sha
First Name Charmaine Shamiso
Surname Mapambiro
Home City Mutare, Zimbabwe
Current City Johannesburg, South Africa