[WATCH] Shekhinah: I'm a people pleaser #702Unplugged

Shekhinah Donnel describes her music as RnB, Pop soul.

Speaking to Phemelo Motene on the @702Unplugged, the songstress says she is obsessed with the three genres and that's why her music is an infusion of all.

It's really important for me to write my own music so that I can relate to it myself. I like to make sure I give it a bash before I seek help from our people.

Shekhinah

I wanna do Afro, especially because the world is so obsessed with Afro right now. I'm a people pleaser so I want to give the world what they want.

Shekhinah

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