Nqobilé says it her time to conquer the music industry, drops ‘Look At Her’ debut song 99

Nqobilé has made the bold decision to become an artist in the music industry after being a background dancer for years.

Throughout her long, successful career that saw her travel the world, she has worked with established international and African artistes like Maleek Berry, Diamond Platnumz, Davido, Gwen Stephanie, Usher, Kanye West, Drake, Ice Prince, Migos, and even Snoop Dogg among many other successful musicians across the globe.

Nqobilé made an introductory short film where she introduced herself as an artiste after being a dancer for years earlier this year on May 27, 2020.

Nqobilé went from dancing in her back garden to dancing with Drake, Maleek Berry, Diamond Platnumz, and Davido and so many other internationally acclaimed artistes.


“For so many years I’ve been the background dancing behind a star.” Nqobilé said in part describing her ‘Dreamchaser’ video on YouTube. “But now, it’s my time. I’m ready to express my love for music in another way; song.”

“This is a short preview[in reference to the Dreamchaser coming-out-video as an artiste] of my journey to self-actualization, from dreaming to becoming, taking baby steps one at a time.

Firstly the passion to express myself through dance and now to share a part of my life and essence with the world around me through music.” she added.

So far, Nqobilé has released her debut record dubbed ‘Look At Her’ record released officially on May 22, 2020, and the reception has been amazing so far.

Nqobilé has what it takes to be the next big thing in the Afrobeat genre since she’s already dominated and owned the Afro dance realm with her presence as a dancer for years.
Stream the debut record ‘Look At Her’ as performed by Nqobilé below


Photo credits:

In the photos: Nqobilé
credits: Nqobilé shooting for the ‘Look At Her’ debut song as taken by Shot by Musical D(@shotbymusicald) for Nqobilé(@nqobiledanseur)

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