#702Unplugged

Watch Nathi playing live on Xolani Gwala's Afternoon Drive

Growing up surrounded by poverty and a seeming lack of opportunities, a single mother who worked as a street hawker raised Nathi and his five siblings. He grew up just like any other kid although he had a love for art, sport and music and was into all types of athletics. He nurtured his skills over the years and went on to enter the “DARE TO DREAM” competition supported by the local Elundini Municipality. A year later he won the prize.

Throughout Nathi’s trail and tribulations, he found four magic letters that describes his music - L.O.V.E. Nathi claims that these four letters have no season nor have they an age group limitation.

In November 2014 Vusi Nova heard him sing and insisted on featuring him in a song. He came from Maclear to JHB to record “Noma Kanjani” with Vusi Nova.

Now click below to watch him perform live for Xolani Gwala and the Afternoon Drive team...


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