Sethunya celebrates women through song


Afro jazz artist Sethunya Maele has joined the bandwagon of musicians who have celebrated women, through her single Mosadi, which will be released on Friday.

The journalist-cum-musician told Showbiz that she wrote Mosadi after appreciating what single mothers and women in general go through by giving their children love and taking care of their welfare.

Sethunya also said being raised by a single mother inspired her to write the song. Which she described as a special homage to all women across the world, to thank them for the selfless role they play in society.

The single will be released online for free on Sound Cloud. The song, which Sethunya recorded at Hi Note Recording under the expertise of music guru Tshepo Lesole, is written in both English and Setswana. “My first single Life was an English song. With the new single, I included a bit of Setswana just to show diversity and love my language,” she said.  Mosadi, which was recorded live, is her second single after Life, which has received immense airplay on local radio stations.

Sethunya said she will use the single to build her career as a musician. “Once I become a household name, only then will I be ready to release an album. At the moment, I will only release singles and videos,” she said.

Sethunya added that she was looking forward to working with different professional artists on her musical journey. “I am willing to work with musicians who takes music as seriously as I do, professionals, such as Nnunu Ramogotsi and Lizibo,” she said.

The songstress has performed at several corporate events across the country.

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