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The voice behind ‘Jerusalema’, Nomcebo meets up with Grand P for business


Celebrated African TV personality, musician and politician Moussa Sandiana Kaba popularly known as Grand P set the internet ablaze with his pictures with South African musician Nomcebo Zikode.

The controversial Grand P took social media by surprise with his early morning posts with Nomcebo. Grand P took to social media to hint his fans of an all-time project between the two.

The celebrated star who shot to stardom because of his preference for plus-sized women is a singer, actor, and politician. Grand P who has a rare premature ageing disease continues to defy the odds in everything. He was diagnosed with progeria, a rare genetic disease that is characterized by premature ageing.

The aspiring Guinea Presidential candidate of 2020 shared a number of photos with the Jerusalema hit-maker. The two seem to be cooking something according to the captions of the posts.

”with South African artist, the author of the track #Jerusalem some business to follow Africa wins” he said.

‘avec l’artiste sud-africaine Nomcebo Zikode l’auteur du morceau #Jérusalem depuis ouaga affaire à suivre c l’Afrique qui gagne’

If it happens to be a musical collaboration it will be one of its own. Both artists are having a fair share of fame in their musical careers.

Nomcebo’s career is at its peak as she continues to shines in the backdrop of an international hit with Master KG. The celebrated South African entertainer is currently making some big waves across the globe. Baya Buza, and Xola Moya, hits have definitely thrust Nomcebo into Africa’s finest.

Grand P has also become one of the most celebrated stars in Guinea. The celebrated singer has made some waves this year with his master class performances.

Grand P is currently dating an Ivorian model, Eudoxie Yao. However, many have rundown their relationship and likened it to a publicity stunt. Grand P shocked the nation of Guinea when he made it clear that he was set to contest for Presidency.