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Idols Top 5: Double Trouble

The Top 5

It's the Top 5 of the ninth season of M-Net's Idols. And this week they tackle two songs- a 90s hit and a hit from the 00s. It should be interesting. The song choices from Musa and Sonke are once again very surprising. No wonder they are frontrunners. And Zoe, as much as her voice isn't that great, she's a performer and she should knock her songs out the park. 

Brenden Ledwaba from Graskop in Mpumalanga [@brenden_praise], hit the Bottom 3 for the first time last week and he chose Usher’s “Nice And Slow” from the Nineties and “Jailer” from the Nigerian singer-songwriter Aṣa with which to redeem himself. 

Bunny Majaja from Florida Glen in Johannesburg [@BunnyMajaja] chose Robin S’s 1990 hit “Show Me Love” and a more recent local hit, “Ndiredi” from Simphiwe Dana, as her two numbers.

Musa Sukwene  from eMalahleni in Mpumalanga [@musathevoice] is going to “Bump And Grind” like R. Kelly back in the Nineties and for his Naughties hit he selected Dave Hollister’s “Can’t Stay”. 

Sonke Mazibuko from Soweto [@sonke_mazibuko] is covering The Fugees’ version of “Killing Me Softly”, which was a massive hit back in 1995, and then he’ll go upbeat with Michael Bublé’s “Haven’t Met You Yet”.

Zoe Nana from Bishop Lavis in Cape Town [@zoe_zana] is going old-school with the Janet Jackson’s classic “Together Again”, before rocking out with Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor”.
Who will knock it out of the park? Find out on Sunday at 5.30pm on M-Net and Mzansi   Magic

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