Zimbabwean Singer Thando Sikwila Is One Of Four Finalists On The Voice Australia

Zimbabwean-born Australia-based singer Thandolwethu Emily Nomvula Sikwila popularly known as Thando Sikwila is one of four finalists on The Voice Australia. 

She will be competing for glory and the chance to take home $100,000 in prize money next Sunday night 29 May 2022. The winner will also score a coveted recording contract with Universal Music Australia.

Thando Sikwila

Thando Sikwila earned a place in Team Keith and successfully passed the callbacks, battle rounds, and semi-finals.

She is now tasked with singing for the championship against Lachie Gill, Faith Sosene, and Jordan Tavita. 

She was previously on season three of the show in 2014 alongside winner Anja Nissen, who went on the represent Denmark in Eurovision in 2017.

Thando Sikwila was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on April 9, 1993, and currently works as a voice teacher at Mount Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia. Before pursuing a solo career, Thando was the lead vocalist for Melbourne dub/reggae band Echo Drama from 2012 to 2015.

She has three EPs under her belt titled Bury The Weapon, Remix The Weapons, and Digital Love Letters.

The Voice’s top four artists have each released a new original track ahead of the grand finale. "The Other Side” is my new single," says Thando in an Instagram post that introduced her original track. 

The singles were selected in collaboration with each artist, who worked with high-profile producers and songwriters to showcase their incredible voices. 

"I was drawn to the lyrics because they talk about no longer fighting your destiny, and trusting you will make it out okay. I had to take a really big risk and I’m still trying to figure out if it has paid off but I also need to trust the process. It’s a very different sound to what a lot of you are used to hearing from me but I’m so excited to see where my pop era takes me." she continues.

Check Out Thando Sikwila's official video for her Top 4 original single The Other Side below.

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