Samantha Mogwe Announces New Music

Fans are speculating that it could be her long awaited album

By  | May 20, 2020, 01:28 PM  | Samantha Mogwe  | Top of The

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The phenomenal and multi-talented Samantha Mogwe has just announced to her fans that she will be releasing new music in a tweet that did not really say much, but left her fans super excited. The tweet left fans speculating whether the new music is actually an album.

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Samantha has made her fans wait long enough for a complete project and they could not be more excited. The new music is expected to drop any day now and it seems as though the star has been working on it under wraps. Her music can be best described as neo-soul with a fusion of RnB.


She released her very first album in 2015 and has received great reviews.

Samantha is a radio personality working at GabzFM, singer and songwriter, wife, mother, social entrepreneur and business woman, not to mention a Cum Laude graduate in a Theology degree. She does a very good job supporting and promoting artists both new and old in the industry. She came into the spotlight after winning Gabz Karaoke Idols competition. Mogwe has also worked for campaigns such as a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign with PSI Botswana which won the Best Team Spirit award at the PSI summit in 2012. 

Her life’s work is one many women aspire to accomplish. When deciding on which brands to collaborate with she often looks for ones that share common values as hers. Having worked with artists such as Zahara, The Soil, Sasa Klaas, Zonke, Kenny Latimore, Lira and Hugh Masikela, she has carved her name in the hearts of Batswana and other parts of Africa. 

It is no doubt that the powerhouse is in a very good space in her life and career lately. One fan pointed out that she is glowing and looking like gold. She responded; “I’m actually feeling like slit at the moment. At such a great place physically, spiritually and mentally.”

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