SA rappers jump on 'Freedom Is Coming Tomorrow' remix for Youth Month

SA rappers jump on 'Freedom Is Coming Tomorrow' remix for Youth Month

- Young South African rappers have jumped on the remix of the legendary track titled Freedom Is Coming Tomorrow

- The song was a soundtrack to Mbongeni Ngema's hit movie titled Sarafina

- The likes of Emtee, Reason, Saudi and Gigi Lamayne will add modern-day flavour to the soundtrack of the movie that was released back in 1992

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Young Mzansi rappers have jumped on the remix of Freedom Is Coming Tomorrow for Youth Month.

The soundtrack of Mbongeni Ngema's hit movie Sarafina was released back in 1992 along with the movie.

Most Mzansi peeps watched the film on Tuesday in commemorations of 16 June, 1976. The narrative of the musical drama film centres on learners involved in the Soweto Uprising in opposition to the implementation of Afrikaans as the language of instruction in schools and Bantu Education.

Ngema - the legendary singer, songwiter and playwright - has scooped the likes of Emtee, Gigi Lamayne, Reason, Saudi, Tarmasha, MJ Machaba and Blaklez to add modern-day spice to the remix of the song about hope.

Emtee took to social media to let his fans know that he is one of the artists featured on the legendary song.

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The Roll Up hitmaker's excited fans said they could not wait to listen to the new version of the hit.

@HustlerAvery commented:

"Emtee you are one of the realest people I know."

@Mahlatse_Kies wrote:

"Can't wait."

Briefly.co.za reported that Sarafina star Leleti Khumalo called for the same level of education for all schools, including those in townships and suburbs.

The veteran actress was reflecting on the 28 years since the release of movie. The veteran star called for free education for everyone.

She said the improvement in the struggle for equality in education has been minimal since the film was released in 1992.

Zakes Bantwini, when speaking to the youth, has encouraged them to use his life as motivation. In commemoration of Youth Day, the musician used his influence to help motivate yowithg people from disadvantaged backgrounds on the power of education.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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