NEWS: Gxarha To Drop New Single ‘Nontando’ prod. Kimosabe

PRESS RELEASE FROM TCHIN THIZA MOVEMENT:

Alice Eastern Cape – Tchin’ Thiza Movement alongside with Blessed Mummy Records is excited to announce the release of the most recent single from Gxarha featuring. Sharks Nkonki, Produced by Siviwe Kimosabe Nkanyuza titled Nontando, accessible wherever on 25 May 2017 @17h00 on The Blacksmithed website.

 

 

The Tchin Thiza hit maker on 2015 he dropped his Mixtape titled Linqumele Mlonyeni that had decent and hot singles like Madiba and Tchin Thiza to specify few. This February he dropped “Self image Freestyle – titled Ego” that is at present seating on Number 7 on the Blacksmithed site. Today we are pleased to report that on the 25th of May he’s dropping a decent, moving, motivating, ispiring and propelling single titled Nontando. It’s a Hip Hop with afro soul sort that is qualified for be tuned/listened in by everybody particularly Students, Dreamers, men and women

“Nontando is my first single from my forthcoming EP that will be out on the eleventh of March Next Year (2018). Titled God’s Grace EP, uMusawenkosi in Zulu, uBubele buka Thixo in Xhosa, which is committed/dedicated to my 1 year old child #Musa”. Cwenga said.

Back to Nontando, the melody is fundamentally an account of a young lady experienced childhood in a burdened and poor rural area, raised by his poor mother in spite of the fact that she knows how to bring up a tyke. Her dad was never around despite the fact that he was alive. Nontando adored her books and remaining at home do family unit exercises with her mother, through all the support and love from the mother, destitution, difficult circumstances and humiliations she followed her mom’s lessons/teachings and she passed her matric and tertiary studies. She turned into an engineer and gave back to the community.  #WomenPower. “everyone have the power to do so ”

“Education is the most intense instrument/weapon to change the world” Nelson Mandela.

“A women is like a tea bag you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water” Eleanor Roosevelt.

The song explains the power of women, she can stand on whatever situation/circumstances, she always have the solution, she don’t need men to carry on with her life – she can live happily independently,   successfully, cheerfully autonomously and effective a Women yhi Mbokodo. The song also explain how education and respect can take you to.

Short bio 

Tchin Thiza Movement is the home of Gxarha, Vivah and King Beezy for more information visit our Facebook page “Tchin” Thiza Movement.

Who is Gxarha

Cwenga Nomnganga better known as Gxarha which is he’s clan name, his visually impaired born in the dusty rural areas of Engcobo Eastern cape RSA, on 1994 March 21. He did he’s primary Education in Upper Enduku sps, Engcobo 2001. Then he moved to Ezibeleni, Queenstown on 2004 due to finish up his Primary school and on 2006 he migrated to Port Elizabeth, Kwa-Dwesi, Khanyisa boarding school to finish up his Secondary Education and it’s where his music career started. As he passed he’s matric in flying colors he currently doing his degree at the University of Fort Hare (Alice) Bachelor of Administration in Human Resources Management.

Like every rapper, he developed the love and passion for music back in
High School, being close to his School friends always listening to
artist like Brickz, Prokid and Mr Selwyn and so many to mention. And today he’s motivated by ifani and emtee #EasternCape

Contact details

Email adreess: [email protected]

Facebook: Gxarha Linqumele Mlonyeni

Twitter: @gxarha_wethu

Facebook page: Tchin Thiza Movement

Whatsapp: 078 328 5314