Venrap musician Eazy SA is stirring things up with his latest single, “Hune Rabva” (Where we come from). Photo: KD Films.

Venrap artist's latest single talks about faithfulness and temptation

Entertainment - Date: 03 February 2024


Venrap artist Eazy SA from Hamphego is becoming more of a household name in local music circles. On Monday, 22 January, he released his latest single, titled “Hune Rabva” (Where we come from), along with its music video. The track, featuring prominent names such as Mizo Phyll, Crosswavee, and Tendani, serves as a preview of Eazy SA’s upcoming debut album, “Tshetshelesani”, which is scheduled for release at the end of March.

The artist, born as Bongani Mnisi, opened up about the inspiration behind “Hune Rabva”. “The song is about loyalty and faithfulness within a relationship. It talks about a woman who leaves her man for a wealthier man, forgetting the solid relationship she once had. I wanted to remind people not to toss a good thing away for a fleeting thrill. The song is based on a true story and got people talking about how we sometimes get tempted by shiny things and forget what really matters,” he said.

Eazy SA’s music is not just a beat to nod your head to; it makes his fans ponder the meaning of love, the choices we make in our lives, and what counts in the end.

Jump onto social media, and you will see that the buzz is real. As this musical story spreads its vibes, Eazy SA is proving that rap music can be more than just catchy beats; it can also be a storyteller, a guide, and a mirror reflecting the real stuff we go through. “My fans are sharing their thoughts, feelings, and stories that connect with the song. It’s not just about what’s hot on the rap scene; it’s about life, relationships, and the twists they take,” he said.


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Thembi Siaga

Thembi Siaga started as an intern during 2021. He assisted with video photography and editing. He also produced numerous small documentaries, focusing on the Vhembe region and its people. Currently he works as a freelance journalist, covering stories in the Elim area.

Thembi studied at the Tshwane University of Technology, where he completed his diploma in Journalism in 2021.