Sneziey shines in uplifting ‘Izulu’ single [video]
Snenhlanhla ‘Sneziey’ Msomi’s momentum to stardom has kept a consistent pace since her turnout in the 2019 SA Idols. The 27-year-old is quickly becoming a prominent voice in the gospel scene and to stake another bold claim, she recently released Izulu as a follow-up to her album of the same title.
Gospel star uplifts with Izulu single
In a single weekend, Sneziey’s single was streamed more than 232 000 times on YouTube, a clear statement of intent from the songstress.
“It’s been amazing, and writing the song was just me looking back at how much of an overprotective parent God is over me. God’s blessings are for me despite my mistakes and sometimes how unworthy I might be, and I can never comprehend and understand who I really am in Christ and in his eyes,” the pious singer wrote.
Four things you didn’t know about Sneziey
The 26-year-old is buzzing with support following the successful rollout of her new song. Already, fans are piling up search boxes looking for intimate information on who Sneziey is.
Here are four things you may not have known about the gospel star.
Her music inspiration is her grandmother
In her own words, her grandmother “has supported her every step of the way in her career.”
She is a decorated backing vocalist
Sneziey started out her career as a backing vocalist for the likes of Dumi Kokstad, Brenda Mtambo, Thina Zungu, Naima Kay and many others.
How she signed to Gallo Records
Sneziey attracted the attention of SA music stable Gallo Records after she ended her SA Idols bid as a second runner-up in 2019. She has since released an album and one single with the label.
She has worked with Rebecca Malope
Sneziey is credited as a contributor in Gospel legend Rebecca Malope’s 35th studio album.