Venom and Shishiliza take their acts to new heights with ‘Flight Ya Hoseng’


Following the success of their debut album, ‘Love Is Pain’ in 2022, renowned collaborative duo, Venom and Shishiliza are back with a new offering, with their highly anticipated single ‘Flight Ya Hoseng.’

Venom is a Zambian-South African hip-hop DJ, radio host and entrepreneur.

A report by the the Lol entertainment news showed that the song was released just days after celebrating the second anniversary of their multi-platinum hit single ‘Sondela.’

The SAMA nominated duo had released their new single titled ‘Flight Ya Hoseng’ featuring an all-star crew on board the lovers anthem; the soulful Nomfundo Moh, mfana Pitori and hitmaker Ch’cco, and the talented singer/songwriter Baby S.O.N.

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After the success of ‘Sondela’, Venom and Shishiliza decided to get in the studio with Yumbs again to work on a new hit.

Bits and pieces were recorded in 2022 but then they hit a snag figuring out our next moves for the song.

“We’ve been teasing the song for about a year on social media and it never caught on and yeah, we just decided to go super aggressive with it and it caught on but I think it also is a timing thing.

“I think you also have to pay attention initially, we wanted to release around November-December but it’s like that’s amapiano season, that’s dance music season,” explained Sebastian “Shishiliza” Jameson.

Creating hype around the single the crew took to their social media handles calling all passengers to make a booking for their ‘Flight Ya Hoseng’, gaining traction across all user generated content platforms.

Jameson also said: “If we had released it, then we could have been doubting ourselves and feeling like the song isn’t good enough so I think timing and social media and good music go hand in hand.”

‘Flight Ya Hoseng’ showcases the duo’s creative collaborative nature and their ability to create music that transcends genre with their hybrid sound that effortlessly blends afro-pop, Amapiano, hip-hop and R&B.

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