My background & experienceMajozi has two songs with over one million streams on Spotify, including“Fire” and his hit collaboration with Tresor “The Woods”, which has also been used on a national Mugg & Beann advertisement. In 2017, he went on to receive a SAMA nomination for Best Adult Contemporary Album for “Fire”. In October 2018, Majozi released a self-titled album, that gained immediate success and recognition. Two singles from the album, “Waiting”, and “Somebody” turned into Number 1 hits, and the album also features a collab with three-times Grammy winners, The Soweto Gospel Choir. From playing at major South African festivals such as Rocking the Daisies, Oppi-Koppi and Kday, to touring to Amsterdam and playing alongside local music greats, Francois van Coke and Die Heuwels Fantasties; to opening up for international acts like The Lumineers and Calum Scott, Majozi continues to build a loyal fan base, globally, who love his authentic and self-reflective music.
My classes and teaching styleMajozi’s music is refreshingly sincere and so is his attitude towards others in the industry. It’s this infectious spirit of kindness, alongside his raw talent, that caught the eye of a globallyrenowned company, Fender. He now proudly serves as one of only three ambassadors for them in South Africa. With a skill set that goes beyond singing and includes guitar, keys and drums, Majozi sees his music as an opportunity to artfully portray his uplifting perspective on the world around him and plans to keep reaching and encouraging others through his music for years to come.
My student reviews
I had so much fun learning from MAJOZI ! It was such an amazing experience. He answered all my questions I had in mind. Thank you to the AMPHY team and MAJOZI !!!!
5 out of 5
Such an amazing songwriter and now amphy master! Favourite line from the session was don’t be afraid to be vulnerable in your writing, someone might relate and you could make their day. His advice on the Music industry was also great and could be a class of its own 🙌🏻
5 out of 5
It was just lovely to hear the hands on. And also Majozi … what a cool guy.
5 out of 5