Her debut studio album Amazulu was certified platinum three weeks after its official release.
Amanda Black possesses a soothing yet powerful soprano vocal range. She sings in her dialect Xhosa and in English language. In an interview with Patience Bambalele of The Sowetan, she describes her genre of music as Afro-soul with a fusion of hip-hop and a bit of soul and rhythm and blues.
Amanda’s music is themed around telling authentic African stories, and is weaved with creative storytelling and poetry, showing the world that Amanda is not only an artist, but one who evokes a unique, strong and timeless voice for this generation.