Correct me if I'm wrong, but that seems to be the case with Lorraine Lionheart.
A mere Google search will reveal just how much she's thriving and yet, in all my years I've never so much as heard her name mentioned.
Lorraine Lionheart grew up in Ghanzi and has apparently been a staunch activist for the occupants of CKGR.
After living in Zimbabwe for a bit, Lorraine then relocated to the UK where she's currently raising her child with her husband, and steadily carving a role for herself as an artist, businesswoman and dare we say, blogger?
Early this year, after the massive success of her track Keke Na Pepe, a love song centered about the three wheeled mode of transport, Lorraine started a sex positive podcast called TASSO (The African Sex Show Online) which sought to break taboos around sex but also start necessary conversations among sexually active Africans.
It seemed like a natural transition for her, whose image is undoubtedly very sensual and feminine.
Recently Lionheart was invited to Nigeria to perform during Felabration 2018, and she seemed to have had a blast.
We look forward to watching her expand her brand and conquer bigger and better stages.
Main Image: Instagram/Lorraine_Lionheart