Mshoza Biography: Husband, Songs, Age, Net Worth & More
Late Nomasonto Maswanganyi popularly addressed as Mshoza Zola or Queen of Kwaito was a South African musician, dancer and motivational speaker. However, she was popular for her music.
She was born in the year 1983 and died in 2020 due to diabetes complications.
|Birth Name:||Nomasonto Maswanganyi|
|Stage Name:||Mshoza Zola|
|Born:||7 January 1983|
|Occupation:||Singer • Songwriter|
Mshoza was born on the 7th of January 1983 in Johannesburg at the Meadows Clinic.
She attended Khuthala Protea North from grade 1 to grade 5 and Rebone Naledi Ext 2 from grade 6 to grade 7.
For her high school, she attended Reasoma Protea North from grade 8 to grade 11 and finally P.Q Mvundla Rockville for her grade 12.
Mshoza’s career started while she was at a tender age. She started singing in Protea at the age of 10.
She played Sarafina in a school play, became lead singer of a choir between 1995 and 1996, and danced for Chiskop between 1998 and 1999.
She claimed she made her first million while she was only 15 years old.
Nomasonto was a musician, dancer, and motivational speaker. She officially signed up to Bulldawgz Entertainment as a musician.
Mshoza was married thrice between 2007 and November 2020, when she passed on.
2007-2011: she was married to Jacob Mnisi, a business tycoon. Jacob called off the marriage, claiming that Mshoza abused him. They had 3 children.
2017-2019: She got married to a Durban businessman, Thuthukani Mvula. However, this union did not last long.
Mshoza filed for a divorce because according to her claims, Mvula was physically abusing her.
February 2020-June 2020: Mshoza tied the knot again in February 2020 with East Rand businessman, Prince Dlamini.
The marriage only lasted for 5 months, but the two were never officially divorced.
Mshoza released two albums:
- BullDawgz First Lady (2014): this album had 9 songs.
- Bhoza (2015): this album had 10 songs.
Apart from these, the late Queen of Kwaito released a lot of tracks before her untimely demise.
Mshoza posted a video on social media, claiming to be worth $30,000-$150,000.
Before her passing, the Kwaito legend was on:
- Instagram: @mshoza_thegodmother.
- Twitter: @MshozaBhoza1.
On the 19th of November 2020, the 37 years old Kawito Queen, Mshoza passed on, due to complications from diabetes.