Singer Sha Sha has revelead that she does not regret ditching nursing school for a life in showbiz.
The BET Award-winning singer, who comes from a family of academics, went in pursuit of a career in entertainment, breaking the norm with her family’s choice of careers.
Sha was introduced to music lovers with her amapiano banger Tender Love featuring Kabza de Small and DJ Maphorisa.
“I am a spiritual being and music lover. I’m a major goofball and a sucker for love….a complete hopeless romantic,” Sha Sha says.
“I spent most of my teenage and adult years in my hometown Mutare. It is very peaceful with mountainous plains and great people. It also has amazing food.”
She launched her music career in 2013, at the age of 19, after she realised that nursing wasn’t a career she’d like to pursue.
“I eventually made the decision to come live in SA about four years ago. I moved here full time because I wanted to see what I can do with my gift. At the beginning of my career, I was just working on honing my craft but now that I am 27, I believe I am a well-crafted artist,” she says.
While figuring out her sound and way around the industry, Sha Sha reveals that it was a cab driver who introduced her to Maphorisa in 2017.