In what has been a surge of killings and violence against women of late, or perhaps more cases of this nature now coming to light due to the empowered voices we have through social media, Nate has decided to dedicate his platform to the cause. His latest single Ngeke Balunge has a very empowering tone to it, and the music video treatment will see the rising star take a stance against the recent killings of our daughters, sisters, and mothers across the country.
Sharing the trailer for the music video, he shows us stills of some notable men in the media industry, including Dj Sabby and Thapelo Mokoena, holding up written messages saying, "Stop killing our sisters." My heart is bleeding at this gesture and initiative to make this pressing issue even more amplified through his own art. We can't wait to see the whole video and we support you all the way bhut' wethu.