TNS Drops 'Nyathela' Featuring Luqua Ahead of Upcoming Album
South African hit-maker TNS has released a hot new house number titled 'Nyathela' to welcome the summer.
South African singer, producer and DJ TNS returns with a track that will undoubtedly keep you dancing until sunrise. TNS recruits fellow musician Luqua on "Nyathela", the latest release from the South African house hit-maker. TNS recently took to Twitter to share the news of the new track in an adorable post on social media alongside his son.
Real Niggas ♥️ #NyathelaOUTNOW https://t.co/cfMloLoJvJ— #NyathelaOutNow❗ (@#NyathelaOutNow❗)1601210117.0
"Nyathela" is an upbeat house track treated with melodic Zulu vocals painting over the infectious rhythm. Fans and lovers of house music without amapiano treatment are sure to welcome the song and get down to it the whole of summer.
Released right after South Africa's Heritage Day, "Nyathela" is inspired by Black people embracing their cultural roots and following their own personal cultural philosophy
"What inspired the song is seeing young people accepting their roots and respecting ancestors and doing well for themselves. The song is mainly about treading carefully and taking care of yourself knowing that at home they trust and depend on you". TNS stated on the release of the song."
TNS is one of the most sought after musicians and producers on the house music scene. "Umona", which was released exactly a year ago, reached platinum status and generated over 7 million views on YouTube. TNS's upcoming album titled Phupholethu will feature house heavyweights the likes of Kabza De Small, Prince Kaybee, DJ Tira and Professor.
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