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5 Ways Burna Boy Can Win South Africa Back

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By now, Burna Boy has succeeded in one distinction not many African artists have mastered – feuding with a country and alienating himself from its people.

Of course, throughout history, many international and local artists have been banned from entering the country for noble political reasons, particularly during Apartheid.

None of them, however, swore to never set foot in South Africa over streamlined fake news.

But when the spate of xenophobic violence plagued the country in September 2019 – a wave of attacks targeting foreign nationals which was rightfully condemned on a wide scale locally and by the global community – Burna Boy’s Twitter outburst triggered an onslaught of resistance to his music, with many calling for his music to be boycotted.

“I have not set foot in SA since 2017”, he tweeted on September 3rd. “And I will NOT EVER go to South Africa again for any reason until the SOUTH AFRICAN government wakes the fuck up and really performs A miracle because I don’t know how they can even possibly fix this.” (sic)

In a series of seething tweets, the Nigerian singer explained that he wouldn’t stand on the sidelines and watch Nigerians being killed in South Africa.

“He won’t be much of an ‘African Giant’ if entire shows keep being cancelled because he refuses to acknowledge and apologise for inflammatory statements seen by multitudes as having contributed negatively to the ideal of uniting Africans.”

He also rightfully drew attention to the fact xenophobic violence had occurred severally since the 2008 attacks that blindsided the country, revealing existing tensions between locals and African migrants.

“But Today After watching the Killing of my people in South Africa the same way we have all watched it happen a few times in the past. FUCK ALL THAT! I personally have had my own xenophobic experiences at the hands of South Africans and because of that…..” (sic)

The rant also came with a war of words between the ‘African Giant’ and South African rapper AKA, with whom his career found prominence when the two collaborated on their smash hit, All Eyes On Me, in 2014.

Burna Boy appeared to threaten AKA with physical violence after the South African rapper’s tweet about Bafana Bafana’s loss to the Super Eagles.

In July this year, South Africa lost to the Nigerian national soccer team, the Super Eagles, in the AFCON quarter finals.

“It’s a hard pillow to swallow man”, AKA tweeted at the time. “We keep losing to Nigeria in every way.”

He continued, “I’m hurt man. This match was bigger than football. The biggest rivalry on the continent. Why do we always have to lose against Naija at EVERYTHING.” (sic)

When the attacks happened, Nigerian artist YCee lambasted the tweets. Burna Boy joined the fray, blowing things even further.

While most incendiary tweets that spark public furore are usually deleted straight after by celebrities, a PR practice which is soon followed by an apology of understanding ‘the pain caused by the words’, or something or another, Burna Boy has refused to apologise.

The subsequent announcement that he would be donating proceeds from the Africans Unite concert, which had been planned as part as a remedial intervention to use music as a unifier, fell flat when the festival was cancelled just days before he was billed to perform alongside Jidenna and Kwesta in Pretoria and Cape Town.

The concert, which organisers explained as an attempt to “rebuild trust and respect amongst African nations by changing the current narrative to that of unity and solidarity”, was pulled when safety concerns entered the discussion.

Angered music fans had been threatening to show up to disrupt the shows. The threats were being brandished at an alarming rate as calls for Burna to apologise persisted.

In a shocking move, Burna returned on Twitter to put matters on ice.

“saying I mislead people? And I made up the Xenophobic attacks and I should apologise. Really? Lol. In 2015 Even I was a victim of the misguided hate so I know. Go and demand apologies from your REAL Enemies. I am not your Enemy. I will not be called a “foreigner” I am AFRICAN” (sic).

Last week, AFROPUNK Joburg announced that Burna Boy would no longer be part of the upcoming festival’s line-up on December 30th and 31st.

“We’re dedicated to working with Burna Boy and his team for his return to South Africa when the climate is right”, the festival said in a press statement received by QuenchSA. “We are deeply committed to providing music lovers and fans a safe space for all to express themselves.”

Burna Boy is yet to acquiesce to the fact that some of his initial and subsequent statements may have been misguided.

During the 2019 wave of xenophobic attacks, no Nigerian national had been killed as suggested in his tweets.

What now? Here are some possible options for the African Giant.

After all, he won’t be much of an ‘African Giant’ if entire shows keep being cancelled because he refuses to acknowledge and apologise for inflammatory statements seen by multitudes as having contributed negatively to the ideal of uniting Africans.

APOLOGISE 

It’s unclear what informs Burna Boy’s reluctance to acknowledge his mistake, apologise and move on. Seems strange that he’d allow for large scale cancellations to happen in quick succession over failure to engage meaningfully in the discussion to heal?

But when one drills down, it may not be entirely absurd while he hasn’t apologised.

Firstly, he would have to come to terms with the fact that he was misled by fake content that was collected and repurposed from atrocities that took place in several parts of the world, over time.

He’s also refused to let his personal experience of xenophobia in South Africa, which he is yet to detail, to be denied. That’s understandable, everyone should be give the opportunity to express their own pain, and tell their side of the story.

Still, that’s what apologies are for. Not only do they help one express their remorse while acknowledging the pain caused by their actions, they also open a platform for dialogues with potentially remedial outcomes.

WRITE AN OPEN LETTER

Let’s move away from Twitter for second.

The apology, the logic, conditions and material that led to his statements could be better discussed in an honest, heartfelt letter to his fans, and to Africans. It’s more personal, feels more in line with his work as a songwriter, and, perhaps most importantly, gives him more space to express himself beyond the character limit on Twitter, where the culture sometimes inspires a weird readiness for drama.

CHAMPION A SOCIAL CAMPAIGN 

A lot of people will see through that, obviously, but its the intention that will count more. I can think of more reasons why using one’s platform to elevate the conversation and move things forward is a better catalyst for change that tossing out obscenities in a middle of a social crisis.

If I were in Burna’s team, I would have tried convincing him to design a campaign targeting various issues, including the dangers of falling victim to fake news.

MAKE A SONG ABOUT ONE LOVE 

An African giant doing a song about love to unite Africans after a wave of xenophobic attacks? I can’t think of a more teachable moment.

Consider Bob Marley lyrics for ‘Africa Unite’

Africa unite

‘Cause we’re moving right out BabylonAnd we’re going to our Father’s land

How good and how pleasant would it be

Before God and man, yeah

To see the unification of all Africans, yeah

 

Now that he is more palatable to the global market, consider lyrics from Major Lazer’s ‘All My Love’
Sometimes I think we’re the brightest stars
And I try to believe we’ll find a way
Will life change when our turn colder?
All your love will make us ache
All your love is worth the chase
All my love, I know they’ll let it find us
All my love’s up on the mountain tops.

All your love will make us ache

TOO SOON TO COLLABORATE WITH AKA?

I know this is pushing it, but history is made by those constantly willing to push the boundaries. I think the feud, from both sides, is a silly distraction to a serious issue. But I also think their unity would do so much for the culture, and for Africa.

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Boyz II Men Confirm NEW Dates for Mzansi Tour!

Boyz II Men push their tour to 2021

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Along with everything that’s been cancelled or postponed as fears over the spread of COVID have forced the world into a lockdown, Boyz II Men recently announced that their South African tour would no longer be continuing.

As QuenchSA recently reported, the concert, which had been slated to take place at the Sun Arena, Pretoria on April 9th, followed by the Cape Town leg at the Grand Arena, GrandWest Casino on April 13th 2020.

Fans of the legendary American RnB group will be delighted to know there’s a light at the end of the tunnel! Event organisers Glen21 on Wednesday announced that the concerts have now been postponed to early 2021!

Boys II Men South African Tour

The tour will kick off in Cape Town on Friday, the 12th March 2021 at the  Grand Arena, GrandWest followed by the Joburg leg at the on Saturday, 13th March.

Following discussions with the group’s management earlier this week Glen21 Entertainment frontman Glen Netshipise stated “In these uncertain times, we felt there was no other choice than to postpone the tour to next year. We trust by then the economy would be more settled and the fans are in a better position to be celebratory.”

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Previously purchased tickets will automatically be valid for the new dates. Alternatively full refunds are available via Ticketpro (info@ticketpros.co.za/ 0861 008 277) until the end of April for those unable to attend.

Additional information will be sent to all current ticket holders directly.

Limited tickets for the seated concert are available at Ticketpro and range from R290 to R1750.

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Bongeziwe Mabandla Debuts New Album ‘iimini’

The critically lauded singer has delivered a lush 12-track project.

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On his third album, SAMA award-winning artist, Bongeziwe Mabandla, offers up a collection of songs that trace the unfolding of love with pure sonic beauty, from the day of first meeting to the heartbreaking end.

Titled iimini, Mabandla’s offering presents a cycle of 12 songs, with a beginning, middle and end, and is intended to be listened to as a whole. It’s the latest from the artist whose singular repertoire has gained him the title of “the enigmatic spirit of African soul”.

Bongeziwe Mabandla

Bongeziwe’s stunning new album has received applause from Sam Smith. Photo by Justice Mukheli

It’s also the first to be released with Platoon, a London-based artist services company that is playing a role in helping African and South African artists showcase their creativity to the world.

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iimini starts off with meeting someone and how feelings evolve to love, and then the pain and heartache of being with someone,” says Mabandla of the album’s underpinning theme. “The last songs are about the end of relationship and the cutting of ties, and basically the separation of people who used to be incomplete without each other.”

Mabandla explains that his attachment to one-theme albums (the notion of marvelling and miracles drove Mangaliso) springs from a desire to make visible what is important in his own life. “But the difficulty of making an album about one thing is that you have to find the multiple stories within that single subject,” he confides.

In searching for these narratives, Mabandla drew inspiration from his roots – growing up in Tsolo, a rural part of South Africa’s Eastern Cape, and then moving to study acting in Johannesburg. “I’ve always loved listening to lyrics. South Africans love storytelling in a song and I am led by a desire to be part of that tradition when writing.”

With a repertoire centred around 2012’s Umlilo, the award-winning Mangaliso and now iimini, Mabandla is building his audience, both at home and internationally.

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The latter part of 2019 saw him play Reeperbahn Festival (Germany), Lake of Stars (Malawi), five dates at Afrovibes Festival (Netherlands), Womex (Finland), and the Oslo World Festival (Norway). In November 2019 he performed to a sold-out audience at London’s 100 Club along with eight dates in France (including sold-out shows in Paris and Strasbourg), and his first sold out show in Zurich, Switzerland.

For the artist, there’s a natural progression from his first days performing his songs on just an acoustic guitar to his current standing as one of Africa’s most adventurous, engaging and essential artists.  “I started off as a folk artist, but my music is evolving and changing and iimini captures where I am right now just perfectly,” Mabandla concludes.

iimini is released by Platoon, seeing Mabandla join the likes of Princess Nokia, Victoria Monet, Maleek Berry, Mr Eazi, Santi, Odunsi the Engine, Kwesi Arthur, Samthing Soweto, Ami Faku, Sun-El Musician, Sino Solo, Msaki and The Word of Birds in releasing through the defiantly artist-centric music company.

Stream iimini here

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Nasty C Inks a Deal With Def Jam

Nasty C Inks a deal with Iconic Hip Hop Label Def Jam Recordings

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Nasty C Signs To Def Jam

Rap wordsmith, Nasty C announced on the socials that he penned a deal with American hip hop label Def Jam Recordings.

The nitty gritties of the deal revealed that the contract is a joint venture with Universal Music Africa. To signal his new lease in life, he’s dropping new music on the label this evening around 10:30 p.m. CAT. The new record is titled There They Go and you can hear it first on Apple Music Beats 1 with Ebro Darden.

The award-winning rapper has teased fans on Instagram about his collabo with Storm Hustle this week. The taste was enough to get critics riled up in anticipation of his upcoming third album Zulu Man with Some Power. His critically acclaimed sophomore project, Strings and Bling got him two continental gongs in the All African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMAs) and two South African Music Awards.

The music video of the new track was shot in Durban and directed by Andrew Sandler. You can get a peak of the visuals on Trace Urban music channel on DSTV this evening.

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