Breaking News: Reece Madlisa & Zuma (Amaroto) Call it Quits


Reece Madlisa & Zuma (Amaroto) Call it Quits

It is with heavy hearts that fans of the popular Amapiano musical group, Amaroto, learned of the separation of its members, Reece Madlisa and Zuma.

The news of the split has been circulating for some time now, but it was only recently confirmed by Reece himself as he announced his solo EP.

Reece’s upcoming EP, titled “Kwaito Nama Medi”, is set for release in early February and features collaborations with some of the biggest names in the South African music scene. The five-track project includes contributions from Six40 & Classic Deep, Khanyisa Jaceni, Jabulile, Shuger, Letso, and luuDadeejay, making for a truly diverse and exciting musical journey.

Universal Music Group, the recording company behind Amaroto, has confirmed the split to ZiMoja. However, despite going their separate ways musically, the two stars will still be contracted to Amaroto Ent’ and are expected to release an album later this year.

Fans of the Amapiano duo will undoubtedly miss the electrifying energy and smooth sounds of Reece and Zuma. The duo has been responsible for some of the biggest hits in the genre, such as “Umsebenzi Wethu” and “Sithi Sithi”. These tracks have been massive crowd-pleasers and will remain timeless classics in the world of Amapiano music.

Unfortunately, the news of the split has been marred by rumors and speculation. Some have claimed that the separation was caused by a sexual assault scandal involving Zika. However, these rumors have not been confirmed and it is important to remember that it is always best to wait for official confirmation before spreading potentially harmful information.

In conclusion, the separation of Amaroto is a significant event in the world of Amapiano music, but it is also an opportunity for Reece and Zuma to explore their individual talents and passions. Fans can look forward to even more amazing music from both artists in the future and should continue to support them on their solo journeys.