Indigenous Cityzens releases Thandiwe


A piano vocal duet based in Gaborone comprising vocalists Ephraim ‘Chief’ Bhembe and Milidzani ‘Gadda’ Gaothobogwe knownas Indigenous Cityzens has released a new single dubbed ‘Thandiwe.’

According to Bhembe, they were childhood friends from the streets of Francistown. He further explained that Thandiwe was available on various social media platforms from last Wednesday. He said they had an honor of working with Alefa Amos, Leah Mafoko, and Nonofo Chebani on the project, who all played important roles with their angelic voices. He also said the song would definitely appeal to everyone. “It is all about appreciating and spreading love to cherished partners or life mates. Every moment spent with family and friends should be valued. The message on the song is directed to both genders. The song was recorded and mixed at Simz Records in Gaborone, written by a pair of Indigenous Cityzens.”

“We both played significant roles in the creation and composition of our song. We have always been musically oriented and both sang in the school chorus together. We continued to perform in a church choir together to this day,” he pointed out.

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