La Dee remakes Thob’Nhliziyo

Langalakhe Mabena

South Africa based radio personality-cum-musician La Dee has released his second single this year titled Thob’’Nhliziyo, which is a re-make of her Maskandi tune from her 2020 album.

The single, which is a Gospel offering, was released on 13 April. The Khanyisa hitmaker said the song was inspired by different traumatic experiences that most people experience while growing up. She said the offering is a prayer in which she asks God to heal the broken hearted.

“I wrote this song as I believe there are so many broken-hearted souls out there, some lost their loved ones that were close to their hearts, some are going through childhood traumas, and some are orphans that have nobody to look up to. So, on Thob’Nhliziyo I’m actually asking God to heal the broken hearted so we all have a peaceful life going forward,”said La Dee.

She gives credit to the young NTU2Kay who produced the song as she said she is one of the young creatives to watch out for in the local music scene.

“On the song I have worked with the most talented and amazing people in the city, I featured NTU2KAY who is  one talented guy who’s doing amazing work. We also have LungzD on mixing and mastering. I am also hoping to drop visuals soon,” said La Dee.

If La Dee’s compositions released this year are anything to go by, one can say her music writing skills have matured as she has proven to be spiritual on her singles. Her first single this year titled Khanyisa is a spiritual offering that asks God to lookdown at His children and pave the way to eternity for them.

The song featured Trigga Pablo. It was written and performed by La Dee with Duduzile Ndlovu credited as the executive producer while Lungz D and Sparks 45 took care of the mixing and mastering.

“Khanyisa is a very spiritual song. It took me some time to come up with the lyrics or even to record it. There were glitches here and there but now I understand why, because it’s a very spiritual and powerful song that encourages people that through prayer and faith things do get better at times, it’s just a matter of time and one has to hold on,” she said.


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