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Amapiano star Musa Keys takes global stages by storm

Musa Keys pushing the Amapiano movement to the international stage.Image: Instagram

Musa Keys pushing the Amapiano movement to the international stage.Image: Instagram

Published May 12, 2022

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Amapiano music star Musa Keys is only halfway through his international tour but has already left social media steamed up with the many positive responses he has been amassing on global stages.

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The self-proclaimed Tsonga Michael Jackson has been touring the world since March, gracing some major cities.

Reaching massive crowds, he is leaving a lasting impact on the amapiano genre.

The Selema (Po Po) hitmaker has made sure to share his experience, keeping his fans in the loop on his social platforms.

All the videos shared will tell you everything that you need to know about how his high-spirited presence has entertained his fans and left them beaming.

In the most recent events, giving people a glimpse of his experience, Musa is seen standing while a woman dances around him.

The “lap dance” video took the win as many people hailed him for his musical influence.

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Responding to the reactions to his performances, he shared on Instagram: “Next time I am getting a chair on stage I want to see something.”

The music star is having the time of his life with all the lap dances and fans calling his name and singing along to his hits.

Musa Keys always ensures that each of his performances is memorable.

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In a short period, he has garnered many fans, dominating the entertainment space and selling out shows across Africa, having found stardom with his hit single, Selema.

In an interview with Drum, he revealed that it was amazing to see how much people loved him and enjoyed his performances.

“It’s overwhelming to watch people’s reactions while performing sometimes. My first time performing in Tanzania, people were singing my songs word for word and I could not believe that people were into my music like that. Ghana was my first international show and my first time being out of South Africa and it was sold out.”

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