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Jah Chronick's latest song pays tribute to African women

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Afro-beats and New Age reggae singer Zwavhudi Ngwana from Ravele, also known as Jah Chronick, stepped right into the spotlight with the release of his latest single, “African Lady”, last month. The song is a heartfelt tribute to African women – the divine mothers of all nations - and the many untold stories about their strength, resilience, and undeniable beauty.

Jah Chronick’s dedication to his craft and his heartfelt tributes to African women continue to captivate audiences, making him a rising star on the Afro-beats and reggae music scene. “At its core, ‘African Lady’ is an anthem of reassurance, drawing inspiration from the Rastafarian culture that teaches to love everyone, but most importantly, our women, our mothers, and the mothers of our children,” he said.

The song also serves as an expression of his gratitude to and appreciation of his girlfriend. “I wanted her to understand that she is my everything and she deserves a crown. Love is powerful, and bonding with an African lady gives you great power. Our relationship may not be perfect, but we certainly love each other, so why not dedicate a song to her and all the other remarkable women like her?” he said.

Following the success of his previous single, “Muloro”, which garnered over 12,000 views in just three months, the singer has decided to gift his fans with two more singles this year, “African Lady” being one, as well as “Baby Bounce”, which is set for release in November.

Afro-beats and New Age reggae singer Zwavhudi Ngwana from Ravele, also known as Jah Chronick, stepped right into the spotlight with the release of his latest single, “African Lady”, last month. The song is a heartfelt tribute to African women – the divine mothers of all nations - and the many untold stories about their strength, resilience, and undeniable beauty.

Jah Chronick’s dedication to his craft and his heartfelt tributes to African women continue to captivate audiences, making him a rising star on the Afro-beats and reggae music scene. “At its core, ‘African Lady’ is an anthem of reassurance, drawing inspiration from the Rastafarian culture that teaches to love everyone, but most importantly, our women, our mothers, and the mothers of our children,” he said.

The song also serves as an expression of his gratitude to and appreciation of his girlfriend. “I wanted her to understand that she is my everything and she deserves a crown. Love is powerful, and bonding with an African lady gives you great power. Our relationship may not be perfect, but we certainly love each other, so why not dedicate a song to her and all the other remarkable women like her?” he said.

Following the success of his previous single, “Muloro”, which garnered over 12,000 views in just three months, the singer has decided to gift his fans with two more singles this year, “African Lady” being one, as well as “Baby Bounce”, which is set for release in November.

 

 
 

Afro-beats and New Age reggae singer Zwavhudi Ngwana, also known as Jah Chronick, pays homage to African women in his latest single, titled “African Lady”. Photo supplied.

 

By: Thembi Siaga

Thembi Siaga started as an intern during 2021. He assisted with video photography and editing. He also produced numerous small documentaries, focusing on the Vhembe region and its people. Currently he works as a freelance journalist, covering stories in the Elim area.

Thembi studied at the Tshwane University of Technology, where he completed his diploma in Journalism in 2021.

 

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