- Nomfusi strongly believes in the power of love, especially during times of need
- Nomfusi explained how her song Ngenene is so relevant in our current circumstances as it speaks about living through pain, suffering and hardship
- Having suffered, Nomfusi understands the power of love, hope and unity
Mzansi musician Nomfusi feels that what Mzansi needs right now is unconditional love and support.
During this time of fearful uncertainty, it is those moments of hope, love and positivity that will get us through.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Nomfusi has joined the thousands of artists all over the world who are doing their bit to keep peoples spirits up.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Nomfusi explained how her song Ngenene is so relevant in our current circumstances as it speaks about living through pain, suffering and hardship.
Nomfusi wrote the track back in 2018 when she was going through one of the most trying times of her life – it took a lot out of her emotionally to write this song.
"The song came in 2018 when I was going through a lot. I was pregnant, losing my home and, to add salt to the injury, I was not getting gigs. I thought I was going to lose my mind.
"The song is about love that cannot be bought. The message is 'give love and expect nothing in return'. Love heals. I lost my mom at a young age. Death stole love from me. I have many times woken in the middle of the night crying, wishing my mom was with me to say, 'I love you, my child'. I feel this would make my burden easier. But love saved me from me. Just like it saved me when I lost my mom and sister. I'm not just talking about overnight love but deeper only from within the eternity."
Having gone through what Nomfusi has, she hopes that people learn the value of love, compassion, people and time during this coronavirus pandemic.
Nomfusi emphasised the importance of valuing the untenable and understanding that happiness, health and love do not come from the material things.
Without a single doubt in Nomfusi’s mind, she believes that the only way we are going to beat this virus is with love.
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