SWEET Mobby and Leticia Ontle have combined their talent through a track Shiya Something which urges lovers to at least buy each other gifts this Valentine’s Day.
The Amapiano song was released on Sweet Mobby’s YouTube page on Friday ahead of Valentine’s Day on Sunday.
Sweet Mobby, real name Moreblessings Khumalo, said through the track, she wanted the world to know that women could do wonders.
“I worked with Leticia Ontle because we wanted to show the world that we as women can make things happen. We had to drop it now for Valentines because definitely our lovers should Shiya something,” said Sweet Mobby.
She said working with Leticia Ontle, who is a member of award-winning group Iyasa, was a joy and they learnt a lot from each other.
“She does piano full time and I’m into Gqom so I learnt a lot from her and noticed I actually can do more piano tracks,” said Sweet Mobby.
For this year, Sweet Mobby said she has lined up collaborations as she wants to be heard in the music industry.
Sweet Mobby has a number of tracks such as Issa Gqom (2019), Ben 10 and Ravaza (2020) and the latest Shiya something.
A talented 27-year-old featured on Sandra Ndebele’s 2017 Tshibilika music video.
She has also worked with Mzoe 7, Sugar Shayne, Leeknotic and Mambo Cooperman.
Last year she shone during her debut performance in South Africa as she left revellers in awe.
The house and Gqom artiste performed alongside Jah Signal, DJ Logik and Nikkie Spice among others at Reeds Pub and Grill in Germiston, Johannesburg.
The talented dancer, DJ and singer, Sweet Mobby, is employed by the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS).