- Two local musicians have produced an emotional song in protest against women abuse
- DJ Greg SA and K-Modi said they created the song titled Igazi following the recent spate of femicide cases in South Africa
- K-Modi said the song is about the remembrance of the gender-based violence victims and aims to encourage all men to protect women
Two unsigned Mzansi musicians have come together to produce an emotional song against women abuse.
DJ Greg SA, real name Tumelo Makgopa, and vocalist K-Modi, born Kabelo Modiba, said they created the song titled Igazi following the recent spate of femicide cases in South Africa.
The video of the song, already uploaded on YouTube, features a few names and pictures of the slain women.
K-Modi, who wrote the Afro-soul song, told Briefly.co.za that they were recording when they heard on the news that yet another women has been murdered in Mzansi.
"As we're currently working on an album, we were watching TV while recording and found that yet another girl was murdered. We decided to do this song immediately."
The singer said the song is about the remembrance of the gender-based violence victims and aims to encourage all men to protect women.
"We want people to start shouting more than the killers and start acting."
Briefly.co.za reported that veteran actor Sello Maake ka-Ncube joined the movement calling for men to rise up against the abuse of women. The star and many other celebrities took to the streets to march to the Union Buildings in a bid to call for an end to femicide.
Many other Mzansi men joined the celebrities in the peaceful demonstration towards a safer Mzansi.
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