He just keeps winning! In 2021, he sealed a record deal with New-York based label, Republic Records and his star continues to shine.
Singer Lloyiso Gijana also collaborated with Disney Africa to kick-start the festive season with their Christmas ad, The Stepdad. The Madoda Sabelani hitmaker has contributed to the campaign with his own rendition of Love Runs Deeper exclusively written for the show by Austin Zudeck, Justin Thunstrom and Dewain Whitmore.
He took to his Instagram to share the exciting news.

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“Super grateful to be part of this campaign. This is a story about a new family that combines their festive traditions together and particularly shows the challenges of being a stepdad. The beautiful part about it is that they end up creating a powerful bond that nothing can break.”
Every day, people are mesmerized by his talent.
US, Grammy award winning singer India Arie is in awe of the Port Elizabeth born star and needs him to contact her immediately.

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The Steady Love singer posted a video on social media asking Lloyiso to contact her.
“He sings with so much heart and depth that it is striking, it is striking,” she said.
“A lot of people can sing notes, but it’s a more rare thing to see people go to this place when they sing. He goes to this place. I just watched a bunch of his video one night and I sent him a DM too but he hasn’t answered back yet.”
She asked him to be in touch.
“So Lloyiso If you see this message, reach out. If you’d like some support from me.”

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The last time India visited South Africa she performed at the charity concert “46664 at the Fancourt Hotel and Country Club in George, South Africa. The event was the second, with the original hosted by Nelson Mandela in Cape Town in November 2003. The campaign raised awareness of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic, as well as funds for South Africa with proceeds going to the Nelson Mandela Foundation. India joined Nelson Mandela’s wife Graca Machel to visit patients at St. Mary’s Hospice – a hospice for suffers of HIV and AIDS – ahead of the charity concert. 46664 represents Mandela’s prison number during the 18 plus years he was imprisoned in South Africa’s Robben Island jail.