We are not terribly political but that also doesn’t mean that we are not aware of the state in our country- especially if the current state produces such fire music! Peep the video of the newest song that is sure to get feet on the dance floor. It is titled uBaba ka Duduzane– the Jacob Zuma song by Tboy Daflame.
The song was inspired the recent vote of no confidence through a secret ballot against President Jacob Zuma which took place last month. The phrase, Duduzane’s father gained prominence during the vote as members of the EFF, who refused to refer to Zuma as the country’s president but opted for the phrase. Duduzane Zuma is one of President Jacob Zuma’s sons who has been a confirmed business associate of the Gupta Family.
The song was made by Wits University medical student Thabo “Tboy Daflame” Moagi. This is actually quite a creative song which features excerpts from the actual parliamentary proceedings with Julius Malema and Baleka Mbete making an appearance. And the video also features some of the footage from parliament and some of people and even Zuma getting down and dancing.
The song has been gaining popularity on social media with some reacting positively to it. It even made its debut on several radio stations this week. Peep some Twitter reactions below,
The rachetness that wa just unleashed in the studio…. I cannot dzeal 😂😂💃🏻💃🏻 pic.twitter.com/DQaML7Svs4
— Channelle Makhele (@cmakhele86) September 20, 2017
uBaba ka Duduzane 😭❤
If they play that song while I’m out yoh 😭😭😭😭 it’s gonna shake. pic.twitter.com/GYS6qhAmKD
— Lollie (@lineo_kekana) September 19, 2017
I play it every time I see it on my TL. “Ubaba ka Duduzane haayi” 💃💃 https://t.co/Q15JZ3taF9
— Zimkhitha 😒 (@_Zimkhita) September 20, 2017
— Razor (@razor8701) September 20, 2017
What I’m saying is we don’t want to addressed by Duduzane’s father 🎵🎵
— Bongani Thabo khoza (@Bongzakhoza) September 20, 2017
Omw the homeboy made it 💃🏾💃🏾 bhangene Thabooo 💃🏾💃🏾#uBabakaDuduzane
— Ngim’ uMakhoti (@maybeits_her) September 20, 2017
The Gqom beat is also quite dope and may actually make this song a contender to kill the dance floors. Dare we say this may be the song for summer?