Ukhozi FM reveals Top 10 Song of the Year for 2023

Ukhozi FM has finally released its anticipated annual song of the year list for the Ingoma Ehlukanisa Unyaka campaign. The Ingoma Ehlukanisa Unyaka campaign has been a vibrant platform that honours and acknowledges the exceptional musical contributions from artists across the nation.

Ukhozi FM Business Manager, Ms. Sbongi Ngcobo, expressed, “Ingoma Ehlukanisa Unyaka is a campaign that is close to listeners’ hearts and is a tradition that most of us grew up on. This campaign, like every other that the station implements relies strongly on listeners’ choices and participation. We all know that music is the soundtrack to our lives, and this is evident through the millions of listeners who participate in this campaign to decide which song takes us to 2024. Ukhozi FM is indeed the authority when it comes to crossing over into the new year, ABANYE ABATHULE.

Song of the Year for 2023

Fans are expected to vote for their song of the year and the winner will be awarded at the end of the year.

Below are the top 10 songs for this year:

DJ Kotin ft Big NUZ, Mshayi & Mr Thela – Hello
Mthandeni SK Ft Lwah Ndlunkulu – Paris
Dlala Thukzin ft Zaba & Sykes – Iplan
Mlue Vez, Slue & Keke Makhetha – Themba Lani
Khuzani ft Luve – Umjolo Lowo
Mellow and Sleazy, Sjavadedeejay, TitoM ft Tman Xpress – Tman XpressImnandi Lento
Andile KaMajola – Konke
Harry Cane, Master KG & DJ LaTimmy – Dabula
Dumi Mkokstad – Angimbonanga
K-Yos – Ufunani

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