Saba protegé Csana knocks

2015-09-24 06:00

Nonguquko Mlaza, aka Csana

Nonguquko Mlaza, aka Csana

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Having had the opportunity of being mentored and coached by the late popular Umhlobo Wenene FM Maskandi DJ, Saba Mbixane, Csana is ready to share her fond memories of the much-loved radio man-through her music.

Born , the Port St Johns born singing sensation is making waves in the music industry, having performed in national events around the country.

Csana credits Mbixane for her breakthrough, who bought her a guitar. And now she wants to honour the late DJ with the release of her single titled Kwanele, meaning enough.

Luyanda Madope produces her music and she is signed under ECAVC Records in East London, the home of artists.

The song, which is also inspired by her challenging past, is soulful, thought-provoking and inspirational. It touches on her personal journey, which for many years, was marred by hardships.

Kwanele inspires those in a similar situation to take charge of their destiny.

It is a song she hopes will remind her fans, especially those facing challenges, that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

Describing her song Csana says, “Kwanele is very close to my heart. It’s a true story about my life and how I survived the odds. Every night when I went to sleep, I wished I would never wake up and if it weren’t for the talent I have, I wouldn’t be here today, thanks to my guitar”.

“Kwanele is about the pain and suffering I went through with my mother.

One night I told her that it is enough (Kwanele) and am tired of the poverty,” concludes Csana.

The song is now available on all music stores and on online stores for more information visit below. Music video coming out soon

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