Boohle, also known as Buhle Manyathi, has taken the music industry by storm, particularly in the Amapiano genre. Her powerful vocals and unique style have made her one of the most sought-after musicians in the industry. But despite her fame, Boohle remains humble and true to herself.
In an exclusive interview with TshishaLIVE, Boohle opened up about her journey to success and how she has managed to stay grounded.
A Great Journey
Reflecting on her career, Boohle expressed gratitude for the incredible journey she has been on. She stated, ‘It’s been a great journey for me. All the transitions I’ve had have been quite amazing because I’m doing what I love. Every difficulty, every fun moment has contributed to the person that I am right now.’
Boohle’s passion for music shines through in her performances and her dedication to her craft. She has learned valuable lessons along the way, gaining a deeper understanding of the music industry and growing as an artist.
One of the key factors that has helped Boohle stay true to herself is her church background. She shared, ‘I’m so thankful that I started in church. My parents are still church leaders, and it keeps me grounded.’ Despite not exclusively doing gospel music, Boohle’s music still carries religious elements, which is a defining characteristic of the Amapiano genre.
Boohle believes it is essential to convey her authentic self to her fans. She wants people to know her for who she truly is and not forget her roots. She emphasized, ‘I haven’t lost myself, so I don’t want them to forget who I am either. I always have my head down and check myself.’
A Rising Star
Boohle’s talent and dedication have propelled her to great heights in the music industry. Her unique blend of soulful vocals and infectious beats has captivated audiences across the country. With each new release, she continues to push boundaries and redefine the Amapiano genre.
As Boohle’s star continues to rise, she remains focused on her music and staying true to herself. She is a shining example of how success does not have to change a person’s character or values.