[WATCH] The Soil debuts their new single on #702Unplugged

Acapella group, The Soil have just returned from their East African tour, with a new music offering.

After nearly 14 years of making music together, the trio - Buhle Mda, Ntsika Ngxanga, Luphindo Ngxanga say they are still taken aback by the amount of appreciation they receive for their sound.

They joined Azania Mosaka for this week's 702 Unplugged and performed their new single, Korobela.

We still get shocked at how many people love and appreciate our music. We have been around the world and whenever you reach a certain country you will find one or two people who are like I don't know what your music means but I am so moved by your music. It just goes to show you don't need to know the language, music must just speak directly to your soul.....

Buhle Mda, vocalist

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