This year’s show features international, award-winning diva, Karyn White as well as South Africa’s own divas Sasha Lee Davids, Paxton Fielies and Unathi Msengana.
Karyn etched her name in music history with her smash hit song Superwoman which made international waves, selling over a million units.
The song was certified gold and named the Billboard R&B Song of the Year in 1989.
More recently, Karyn has released a new movie and soundtrack, Gale & The Storm, a story loosely based on Karyn’s life and manager Jay King, legendary music producer and founder of Grammy award-winning group Club Nouveau.
• Unathi, a singer, radio host, DJ and TV presenter, is best known for hosting radio shows on the youth station YFM and on the Metro FM show with Glen Lewis. She was also on the judging panel of Idols SA.
She has been nominated and received several music awards and has shared the stage with several top musicians including John Legend and Youssou N’Dour.
• Paxton is to date the youngest person to ever win SA Idols.
She has recently released her debut single and music video called Demonstrate and also released the duet Smother, a collaboration with Craig Lucas.
She sang at the World’s Children’s Prize ceremony held in Sweden in April and has been selected as the foundation’s ambassador for its new initiative You Me equal Rights, aiming at advocating for equal rights for both girls and boys.
Sasha Lee was the 2009 co-winner of SA Idols 5.
She is also the winner of the 2008 reality TV show Matrix 2.
She released her debut album, Sasha-Lee and worked with Jamie Jones, lead singer of All-4-One, on a track entitled Before You.
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