Check Out As Khanyi Mbau Channels Her Disney Princess Voice


Khanyi Mbau, a South African actor and singer, recently trended after her old song, Igwinya, which was released in 2010, resurfaced and had her fans and followers in stitches; however, on Tuesday, 21 March, she took to TikTok and gave her online followers a new song to talk about.

Mbau has proven herself to be a jack of all trades over the years. She has had several acting roles and has released a few songs in her time.

Mbau is rarely seen since moving to Dubai with her Zimbabwean boyfriend, Kudzai Mushonga, unless she posts pictures and videos on social media.

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It’s no wonder her TikTok fans rushed to the comment section when she posted a video of herself doing a duet with another TikTokker and singing A Whole New World from the Disney movie Aladdin.

She sounded absolutely angelic, and before she posted the clip, Mbau captioned,

“Minced the words a little; well, here goes me tryna sound like a Disney princess.”


“Awwww, sis magwinya🥺🥺🥺,” @NHS wrote.

😩😩😩Mine all I hear in my head is “bhudi ngcela I gwinya pls lord help me,” @user9147731944409 said.

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Khanyi, your vocals!” @Mbali reacted.

“Haibo dunusa🔥🥺,” @Surbhu_chandnafan raected.

“Excuse me? ma’am where are you hiding this voice?” @Lady Cherished asked.

“You’re so talented, mommy🤞🔥❤️,” @Lerato_Phejane commented

“You sound amazing. 💯 It’s as if you did not release a track yaMagwinya😭😂,” @Florezee said.

“Prove to them that you can sing better. Amagwinya was a mistake song🥰❤️,” @Oneza Austaina wrote.

“Redeem your name Khanyi. They can’t do you like that 🥰🥰,” @Thoriso Buyi Luvuno said.

According to Zalebs, Mbau became a national sensation when she made her big break in the industry in 2004 as Doobsie on the SABC 2 soapie Muvhango.

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In 2010 she tried her luck in the music industry with the song titled Work On It which was said to have been a failure, The Citizen reported.

Mbau was quoted as saying,

“I was 20, and it fell flat on its face. I was too caught up in my ex and other things in my life. You have to work on your music and I didn’t give music enough of my time, so it flopped.”

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