Nandi Madida dedicates a new song to Sarah Bartman, The new song celebrates African bodies

Nandi Madida dedicates a new song to Sarah Bartman, The new song celebrates African bodies

It’s good seeing our celebrities showing like to our forefathers who suffered at the hands of white oppressors. Amid the entire Clicks drama, television personality and singer Nandi Madida has just announced that she’ll be releasing a fresh single dedicated to the late Sara Bartman. Titled Organic, the new single will celebrate African bodies and advocate for self-love.
Nandi Madida dedicates a new song to Sarah Bartman, The new song celebrates African bodies


“My new single ORGANIC is devoted to the late Sara Baartman who was born in South Africa .” She wrote. “We see her body being appropriated in mainstream media, but she was never celebrated but rather tortured and abused for her African curves that you simply see numerous emulating today. OUR ANCESTOR went through such a lot .”

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I’m living my ancestors wildest dreams 😭😭😭💓! Thank you for the love #BlackIsKing  #Nala @Beyonce 👑

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The star features a point, Sara Bartman was never celebrated enough, yes, we’ve been taught about her horrific history at the hands of her oppressors but her story is hardly told from a celebratory point. No celebrating what she went through but rather celebrating her because the African queen that she is. Madida wants to encourage African women to celebrate their bodies and love themselves more.

“This song may be a celebration of our African bodies and although the planet will never say how they admire and long for our bodies, although they are doing when buying them. It’s important that WE LOVE OURSELVES because we’re not getting to catch on anywhere else.” She added.

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My new single ORGANIC is dedicated to the late Sara Baartman who was born in South Africa 🇿🇦 🙏🏽. We see her body being appropriated in mainstream media, but she was never celebrated but rather tortured and abused for her African curves that you see so many emulating today. OUR ANCESTOR went through so much. This song is a celebration of our African bodies and although the world will never say how they admire and long for our bodies, although they do when buying them. It’s important that WE LOVE OURSELVES, because we’re not going to get it anywhere else. We have been blessed to have been given these bodies by God it is all ORGANIC, we are truly MAGIC 🙏🏽. Drops 18-09-2020 #MyOrganicBody

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Revealing that her single are going to be dropping on September 18, 2020, Nandi stressed that we’re blessed as Africans to possess the bodies we’ve and she’s right. “We are blessed to possess been given these bodies by God it’s all ORGANIC, we are truly MAGIC 🙏🏽. Drops 18-09-2020 #MyOrganicBody”

Nandi are going to be teaming up together with her husband, Zakes Bantwini on the track. The couple first announced that they’re releasing their first single together a few week ago after it had been announced that they’ve dissolved their marriage. The song was written by the couple with the help of their 3-year-old son Shaka.

The singer has been having an excellent year thus far . She’s one among the only a few celebrities to star in Beyonce’s critically-acclaimed film Black Is King. Beloved US actress Taraji P. Henson recently took to Instagram to point out Nandi some love. “CONGRATS BEAUTIFUL!!! Saw you in #BlackIsKing,” she commented on one among Madida’s posts. Imagine, an entire Taraji P. Henson.