Ntate Stunna wants collaboration with ATI

Ntate Stanna. PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG..
Ntate Stanna. PIC PHATSIMO KAPENG..

Lesotho born musician, Ntate Stunna says he would like to collaborate with local talent, ATI.

In an interview with Arts & Culture, the Stimela hit maker had plenty to say about Botswana on his first ever visit to the country. He revealed his admiration for ATI when he was asked about the local music. He said already he has two songs with William Last KRM, which would be released soon. He said he features William Last KRM in one song and the local star features him in another. Although it was his first time in Botswana, Ntate Stunna said he has always been aware of some of the musicians in the country having previously worked with renowned Motswana videographer, Jack Bohloko. “I have always been kept out a lookout for Botswana artists and kept on asking people around me which artists I can really collaborate with from Botswana. The names that kept on coming forward every time were only of two people who are ATI and William Last KRM,” Ntate Stunna said.

He, however, said he is yet to engage ATI on the issue but is certain that they will have a song together before the year ends. ATI is arguably Botswana's most popular musician with hits such as Stimamollo and Skabawara while William Last KRM has been on the rise since his breakthrough album titled Willian. Ntate Stunna, who is now based in South Africa, had an eventful Easter holidays in the country with performances at ‘The Ultimate All White VIP Experience’ in Gaborone and the Maun White Polo Affair. He raved about Batswana's hospitality as he revealed that when he set foot in the country he instantly felt at home. “Botswana is just like Lesotho, it really feels like home; the people have been great to me and showered me immense love,” said Ntate Stunna. Ntate Stunna's career took off in 2020 with a debut album Sesotho Fashioneng which went viral.

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