South African sensation Ciza has said Ghanaian musicians Gyakie and Black Sheriff are artistes whose music are making waves in his country.

The musician who has released a new EP, ‘Golden Boy Pack’, particularly described Black Sherrif as a hardworking, passionate musician, hinting at a possible collaboration.

In an interview with Joy Entertainment, he said, “the guy [Black Sheriff] is a ‘bad’ guy; I like his music. I love young people who are killing it in the game…I can relate to him, so maybe you should look out for something between him and me.”

About singer Gyakie, he said, “I love her music, super amazing artiste, she’s kind of big in South Africa, her forever song is amazing and big back home.”

Ciza’s five-track Golden Boy Pack EP was launched at the Oasis Lounge in Accra- Ghana, to mark the commencement of his African continent-wide publicity and promotional expedition.

The EP engages various genres, including Soul, AfroPop and the latest Amapiano dance craze, demonstrating the star’s versatility and vocal range.

The juvenile Mzansi-born hitmaker who recently turned 20, has massive international acclaim, following the success of his sophomore studio single, ADJE, which already has over a million views on YouTube.

He is also quite famous in Ghana due to his similar vocal dexterity and swag with our own KiDi.

It’s a story of two golden boys; Ciza has the ‘Golden Boy Pack’ EP, while KiDi has the ‘Golden Boy’ album.