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The indefatigable Uncle Waffles has once again claimed her spot in the spotlight, gracing the prestigious digital cover of Blavity.

Born to embody positivity and inspire greatness, Uncle Waffles’ latest achievement stands to mirror her unwavering talent and undeniable star power.

Blavity, a groundbreaking tech company that champions the voices and visions of forward-thinking Black millennials,

has chosen Uncle Waffles as the face of their latest digital cover, recognizing her as a beacon of creativity and cultural influence.

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With a mission to push the boundaries of culture and challenge the status quo, Blavity’s decision to feature Uncle Waffles speaks volumes about her impact on the music industry and beyond.

Taking to social media to share her elation, Uncle Waffles expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to grace the digital cover of Blavity, a platform that celebrates innovation, diversity, and excellence.

This milestone adds to Uncle Waffles’ illustrious portfolio of achievements, having previously captivated audiences as a cover girl for Forbes Africa Magazine, further solidifying her position as a trailblazer in the realm of music and entertainment.

Uncle Waffles covers the Blavity

Uncle Waffles’ musical odyssey has been nothing short of extraordinary, marked by groundbreaking performances at illustrious events like Coachella, where she made history as the first Amapiano act to command the stage with unparalleled charisma and prowess.

Her innate talent and unwavering commitment have not only defied conventions but have also positioned her as a cultural maven for African dance music, showcasing the vibrancy and depth of the genre on a global stage.

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Lungelihle Zwane, professionally known as Uncle Waffles, stands as a testament to the power of passion and perseverance.

A DJ and record producer hailing from Eswatini and currently based in South Africa, Uncle Waffles has earned accolades for her invaluable contributions to the Amapiano genre, with Billboard dubbing her the ‘Princess of Amapiano’ in recognition of her monumental impact.

Her debut single, ‘Tanzania,’ soared to remarkable heights on the South African charts, achieving an unprecedented 7x platinum certification and solidifying her status as a musical phenomenon.

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