[WATCH] Breathtaking studio performance by Ntsika

Afro-soul singer Ntsika Ngxanga joined Azania on #702Unplugged to give a moving performance of music from his debut album.

Ntsika says "I Write What I Dream" is a collection of songs transmitted by his forefather through his dreams.

These are songs from my dreams. These are songs from okhokho bami.

Ntsika Ngxanga, Musician

I don't even bother borrowing from Western music, we have enough in Africa.

Ntsika Ngxanga, Musician

Watch the interview and the full performance below:


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