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Nana Thula, New Fakaza Amapiano Tune
DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small are two South African singers and producers who majors in amapiano fakaza productions, and they have so far proven to be sharing some level of connections with the release of their recent amapiano song, Nana Thula.
After the grand success of their album release, Scorpion King, the duo performed at Zone 6, the two Kabza De Small and his partner DJ Maphorisa come up with an official song which they named Thula Nana. The new piano release was finely assisted by a fellow house singer, Njelic.
Apparently, critics of the fine producer, DJ Maphorisa has been on various social media platforms to air their views about the duo by dissociating DJ Maphorisa from Kabza De Small and the wonderful success of Amapiano music genre in S. Africa. The new tunes Thula Nana was how ever featured on the new solo album of Kabza De Small, which he titled Pretty Girls Amapiano vol 2, which was released September.
On the other hand, Njelic is a professional SA singer who has taken a swift dive in to the new music genre, and is currently doing just fine, he may be said to be advertising one of his major break out single called Bade, which he shared to the public with De Mthuda.
After a few weeks of the piano song release, the popular two amapiano masters, Maphorisa and Kabza, teamed up again to share the official music video for the well accepted single, Nana Thula, which of course still features Njelic. The video was released on 15th November 2019.
After the video release, Nana Thula which can also be known as Thula Nana, began to trend again on the social media. But this time, fans revealed that the piano tune was somewhat dichotomous, dished as a dance track plus having the lyrical content incorporates so much meaning.
Nigel Stockl was the main producer who saw to the success of the video, and he visually captures the moment by showing visuals of people who are not well t do, while he juxtaposed it with celebratory times where another set of people was dancing to new track.