LeAnne Dlamini chats motherhood, her new album and empowering women

Johannesburg – Between family life, her new album, and her End Girl Hate project, we think it’s safe to say LeAnne Dlamini is one busy woman. 

The singer took some time out of her hectic schedule to meet us for a mini pamper session and a little chat at the Candi & Co salon in Northgate Mall, Johannesburg.

Dressed in her branded End Girl Hate shirt, LeAnne was her usual bubbly self when we sat down for our talk. Mother to two beautiful girls, the singer says although juggling family life and work is not always easy she has a very good support system, adding that her mother, husband, and nanny are always on standby when needed.


The singer has also recently released her third studio album titled Warrior, calling this her favourite album thus far. "I really just connected with the songs on a deeper level," she explains. As far as the name goes, LeAnne says she decided on Warrior because to her "all women are warriors."


Not only is she an incredible musician, LeAnne is also well known for her popular End Girl Hate campaign which seeks to uplift young women. Giving a message to the girls of South Africa, the singer says it's important to stand as one. "Just keep supporting your sister and encouraging one another."


Watch our full chat with LeAnne here:

 

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