When Vogue Magazine speaks, the world takes notice. So we were incredibly excited and proud to see that Mzansi’s own Sho Madjozi, rap and fashion icon-in-the-making, appear on the recently announced VogueWorld 100 list. The platform aims to draw attention to what the publication considers to be “a group of fearless, talented individuals who have captured our attention of late and are poised to transform style, beauty, and culture globally in the months to come”.
Sho Madjozi Makes It Onto Vogue Magazine’s VogueWorld 100 List
Sticking to her signature brand, Sho took the Vogue camera crew back to the village in Limpopo where she grew up and hosted a dance party. I mean, could we love this girl more?
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Sho Madjozi (@shomadjozi) was an infant when the oppressive system of segregation was dismantled in 1994 in South Africa and she grew up watching her parents navigate the enduring racial injustices. In the landscape of post-Apatheid South Africa, Madjozi’s unapologetic Pan-African pride is an antidote to the devastation of cultural erasure. Her music gives voice to a newly-forged South African identity. The rapper has captured the attention of South Africa’s fashion community, too. Today, we’re excited to debut the #vogueworld platform, which we are launching with a new edition of the vogueworld 100, a group of fearless, talented individuals who have captured our attention of late and are poised to transform style, beauty, and culture globally in the months to come. Tap the link in our bio to read more about Madjozi and 99 other fascinating personalities to know now.
In an article on the publication’s website, readers around the world will be able to learn more about not only Maya Wegerif, but about the continent as a whole. We are so proud of Sho for bringing attention to not only her music and incredible personal style, but her heritage and culture too.
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