Judith Sephuma. Photo by Siphiwe Mhlambi for African Skies MediaJudith Sephuma. It is not just a name, but a brand that heralds a multi-platinum seller.

This multi award-winning, University of Cape Town graduate (Honours Degree in Jazz Performance) continues to press on and remain relevant in this modern day. Over her career, she has won South African Music Awards (SAMAs), KORA All Africa Music Awards and Metro Fm Music Awards. Yet, even more than the fame and prestigious titles, dwells a woman, a believer and someone who truly believes in what she is doing.

Get behind the scenes of this talented performer and find out who she says she is. Read about her upcoming gospel recording at the Lyric Theatre, find out about her views on “true love” and more.

From the legend herself, just for you our beloved Wedding Anthem readers! What a privilege to feature this lyrical giant on our site. From her heart to mine and yours… Judith Sephuma!

In one sentence, who is Judith?
A God fearing woman who loves her family, people and life.

Briefly, please tell our readers a little bit about more about your notable awards…
Best Female Artist (New Beginnings)
Best Engineer – Jasper Williams (New Beginnings)
Best Producer – Laurence Matshiza (New Beginnings)
SAMA – Best Female Artist (A Cry, A Smile, A Dance)
SAMA – Best Jazz Vocal (A Cry, A Smile, A Dance)
KORA All Africa Music Awards - Best Artist from Southern Africa
KORA All Africa Music Awards - Best African Female Artist (Africa/Diaspora)
Metro Fm Music Award - Best Female Vocalist (A Cry, A Smile, A Dance)
Metro Fm Music Award - Best Jazz Artist (A Cry, A Smile, A Dance)

SAMA 15 - Female Artist of the Year (Change Is Here)
SAMA 15 - Best Contemporary Jazz Album (Change Is Here)

Can you please tell your fans what you have been up to and/or what's next?
I have been working on my upcoming first gospel DVD/CD recording project planning and material. The recording takes place on Valentine’s Day, 14th and 15th February at Lyric Theatre and features a list of powerful singers on worship and praise songs produced by Nqubeko Mbatha. I am also involved with a reality show Clash of the Choirs which made a debut on Mzansi Magic at the end of January.

How do you find a balance between what you do and who you are?
Family is important to me. I believe God will never give me anything I cannot handle. One balances the other. My work is also my love and life.

We celebrate love. Do you think true love exists? If so, Who/what/where is it?
True love is within a person. I believe it overcomes whatever obstacles one might come across. True love for me is when people can make mistakes and look beyond them.

Do you think there is still a place for marriage in this day-and-age?
Of course yes. Every relationship is a work-in-progress, so is marriage. Remember a marriage is two different personalities coming together. What’s important is marrying someone you understand and someone who understands you. More than anything; accept that it will not be a smooth journey and work effortlessly [to] avoid trouble where you see it. It takes one person with humility in a marriage to make it stand in times of trouble.

Do you have a message to Wedding Anthem?
Thank you for preaching the message of unity and being a good source of information and relationship counselling.

Thank you so much for your time! Is there anything else on your mind?
Let’s celebrate God for He is love and give thanks to Him all the time and always remember to pray without seizing

Photo by Siphiwe Mhlambi for African Skies Media.

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