Hot on the heels of making history by selling out Moses Mabinga stadium, the Maskandi star is now the first of his genre to launch a perfume.
This week, Khuzani announced that his launching own fragrance named Khuzani Inkosi KaMaskandi.
The ice-blue fragrance was made in partnership with, LiquidDope, a black-owned company in Boksburg, East Rand.
“I came up with it because I know young people like to dress up. I know dressing up goes with smelling good.
“It will be sold in shops but we’re still busy with negotiations,” Khuzani told Sowetan.
The ambitious artist seems to be set on breaking records and rewriting history. He recently conquered his mission Gcwalisa iMabhida (Fill up Mabhida), following on the tracks of hip hop star Cassper Nyovest.
The feat makes him the first maskandi artist to fill up a stadium concert.
His now making history again with the fragrance, becoming the first Maskhandi artist to have his own cosmetic product.
He told the people’s newspaper that he wanted to create something of high quality. A good fragrance “but not too strong a scent that must smell expensive but be affordable, especially for black people.”
Khuzani is currently one of the most popular Maskandi artists. He boasts an impressive 217 000 following on Instagram and over 20 000 on Twitter.
His fans regard him as iNkosi kaMaskandi (King of Maskandi). The multi-award singer is referred to as King Khuzani.
In 2017 his album Isixaxa Samaxoki went gold in just two months after its release, proving his popularity in the music industry.