Big Brother Mzansi star Liyema Pantsi talks about her new viral single Impumelelo

Liyema Pantsi, the 22-year-old rising star from Qonce, has wasted no time in making her mark in the music industry after her stint on Big Brother Mzansi.

Collaborating with the talented Cici on their new single, Impumelelo, Pantsi has quickly gained recognition and praise for her captivating voice and dynamic personality.

In a recent interview, Pantsi shared her excitement about working with Cici, describing it as a dream come true.

  “Cici’s manager texted me on Instagram requesting we go to the studio and record. The song has turned out great and we both agreed to release it.”

  And it did not take long for Impumelelo to garner attention on online platforms.

“For me, this song means when you have a gift you need to hold on to it, because it is God-given.

  “When you push harder, you will succeed; you should never give up on your dream. I’m not saying I’m successful yet, but I believe this is the start of great things for me.”

She expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to collaborate with such a respected artist and was thrilled with the positive response their song has received.

Reflecting on her journey, Pantsi emphasized the importance of perseverance and never giving up on one’s dreams.

She believes that success comes from hard work and dedication, and she is determined to continue pushing herself to achieve her goals in the music industry.

Pantsi’s positive attitude and determination have already garnered attention from industry professionals who are eager to work with her.

She credits her time on Big Brother Mzansi for helping to elevate her career and provide her with valuable opportunities to showcase her talent.

Looking towards the future, Pantsi has big dreams and aspirations for her music career.

She is inspired by artists like Cici who have overcome challenges in the industry and are using their platform to make a positive impact on others.

  “Cici is inspirational. She’s a Christian and her story is touching as well. The industry once took advantage of her and she doesn’t want other young people to fall into the same trap.”

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