- Dr Malinga dropped a new track in support of the fight against xenophobia
- A few other artists joined Dr Malinga on the track in hopes of reuniting the people of Africa
- The current xenophobic attacks are dividing the people of the continent and calls abound for us to stand together
Mzansi muso Dr Malinga decided to turn the troubles that South Africa is going through into a song. Music is something that has always united our people in times of struggle and need.
The current xenophobic attacks are truly heart-breaking. African people have been divided by greed and hate, and it needs to stop.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Dr Malinga wrote a struggle song named after a famous Muslim extremist group called Boko Haram.
DJ RT EX, Bospianii, Thabla Soul and Thabo Spirit joined Dr Malinga on the track. They used the voice of Tata Madiba to strengthen the narrative and remind the people of Africa that we are one.
The song was made in the hope of extinguishing the heinous xenophobic attacks and reuniting the African people. Dr Malinga and the other artists plead with the people of Mzansi to stop the hate.
We are all Africans; Africa belongs to all of us!
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