Ariana Grande shared her love for South African artists by adding several of them to her new Who runs the world Apple Music playlist.
It stars Prince Kaybee, Busiswa, Nadia Nakai, Boity, Rogue, Moonchild Sanelly, Msaki and Sho Madjozi, who gained international fame with the single. Jean Cena.
Ariana Grande includes the greatest musical inspirations
Ariana has also included pieces from her biggest global female inspirations like Britney Spears, Mary J Blige, Janet Jackson and others.
But it was his support for local musicians that made the Internet vibrate. This exciting decision prompted Busiswa to yell at Ariana Grande on Twitter:
Apple Music bosses give special mention to local artists
Speaking of artists on Ariana Grande’s playlist, the editors at Apple Music said:
“This is the next generation of empowerment anthems from South Africa and around the world. With lyrics that challenge ideas about gender, sexuality, beauty and self-confidence, these artists are modernizing mainstream music.
The playlist is made up of about 100 songs. It also includes songs by Donna Summer (Last Dance), Miley Cyrus (Girls’ night), Taylor Swift (Shake), Cyndi Lauper (Girls just wanna have fun), Alicia Keys (Wonderful woman), Blackpink with Selena Gomez (Ice cream) and Gwen Stefani (Hollaback Girl).
Additionally, Ariana delighted fans in February by releasing a deluxe edition of her Positions album. The latest offer includes all original tracks, 34 + 35 remix and four unreleased songs – Someone like U (Interlude), Test Drive, Worst Behavior and Main thing.
Listen to Ariana Grande Who runs the world playlist on Apple Music.
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