Chris Brown and Llloyiso-Image Source@InstagramChris Brown and Llloyiso-Image Source@Instagram

Chris Brown Endorses Former Idols SA Contestant Lloyiso

South African singer Lloyiso Gijana, who is known by his stage name Lloyiso, has been making waves with his mellifluous vocals that have taken his career beyond borders. With each passing day, the talented artist’s popularity is skyrocketing, and he is drawing more attention from international stars. Recently, American singer Chris Brown shared Lloyiso’s single “Run” from his debut EP Seasons on his Instagram stories, leaving fans in awe of Lloyiso’s international stardom.

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Chris Brown endorses Lloyiso on Instagram-Image Source@Instagram

Breaking Boundaries with “Run”

In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Lloyiso spoke about the inspiration behind “Run,” which he created with Earwulf and Grammy Award-winning producers Mr Hudson and Stargate. According to Lloyiso, the song is about breaking boundaries that hold you back from living your best life and letting go of fears to free your mind.

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From “Idols SA” to Global Success

Lloyiso’s journey in the music industry began when he participated in the singing competition Idols SA at the age of 16. Since then, he has grown from strength to strength, performing for high-profile personalities like David and Victoria Beckham. Lloyiso made history as the first South African artist to sign to Republic Records, a milestone that he achieved through hard work and his unwavering belief in his talent.

Lloyiso-Image Source@Twitter
Lloyiso-Image Source@Twitter

Ambitious Plans for the Future

Lloyiso has always been confident that his talent would attract international attention, and he is working tirelessly to achieve his ambitious plans. In an interview, he expressed his desire to tour the world and release as much music as possible, so he can connect with audiences worldwide.

“I’ve always known I’m meant for global. I never thought to myself that I’m going to be a South African artist. I always thought I’m going to be touring the world. My plan was to release as much music as I can, get myself out there as much as I can so I can travel the world and just be myself,” he said.

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