Mashayabhuqe KaMamba has dropped the music video for ‘KwaDukuza’, his single that was released last year. Directed by Lebogang Rasethaba
Mashayabhuqe keeps showing us why he is one of the most Creative artist in the country and His latest single KwaDukuza talks about the taxi violence in South Africa by using the power of rap. Mashayabhuqe is hoping to make a positive impact. Read what he had to say below.
I hope someone listens and talks to the entire taxi industry in South Africa. I’m trying to make a change and what best
way to do that in IsiZulu language. I changed my instagram handle from (@Mashayabhuqe_ZA) to (@MrSouthAfrica) for only one reason: I LOVE MY COUNTRY, with all the madness going on and Fees Must Fall movement…I still say this country is beautiful and we love everything about it. I told everyone on twitter to change their handles (Mr, Ms, Dr, Ma’am) let’s all [be]about being patriotic ngokweqile. Making every South African kid proud and also to regain the love for their OWN.
After his *Paris Tour* Mashayabhuqe KaMamba returns with a fresh perspective on culture and performance art. This video is a perfect marriage between raw images, risk, passion, real emotions and is an honest performance art-piece. Fighting for ART in South Africa, hoping and praying they *world* see the truth. This video highlights some issues crippling the Black Market and tackling Black On Black hate, exploitation and unfavorable circumstances of an indie artist in South Africa.