Lwazi Nongauza

Reviewers who have listened to the song believe it has all the necessary ingredients of being the banger of the year that might even scoop some major awards  in South Africa and abroad.

Tired of living under the shadow of his legendary saxophonist father, KADAF (real name Mbongeni Magubane) has released yet another hit single called Ama-BBW.

Produced by DJ Sbu Wako Tsakani under Bold Heart Records, the song drives home a very important message of fighting gender-based violence and appreciating the unique natural beauty of African women.

According to Gauteng Lifestyle Magazine, Kadaf is hoping that Ama-BBW will help him to win Best Newcomer and Song Of The Year in the 2021 Metro FM and South African Music Awards.

On the other hand, reviewers at another online entertainment publication, Showbiz Scope, who have listened to the song also believe it has all the necessary ingredients of being a banger of the year that might even go on and scoop major awards in South Africa and abroad.

Ama-BBW is available on all digital platforms around the world.

Besides music, the artist is involved in the national gender-based #ActNow Campaign. The campaign was formed by black men who decided to take a stand against the ongoing Gender-Based Violence in South Africa.

The #ActNow Campaign is endorsed by various government departments, cabinet ministers and celebrities such as DJ Sbu, businesswoman and motivational speaker Gugu Khathi, DJ Fresh, Khanyi Mbau, author Jackie Phamotse as well as Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida, to mention just a few.

In solidarity with civil society institutions, educational organizations, sports and entertainment federations, members of @actnow_africa (Kadaf included) are mobilizing various communities to combat, report and fight gender-based violence. Kadaf’s record company, Bold Hearts Records, is also part of @actnow_africa. Through its security services portfolio, Bold Heart Records provides security and escort services to all the artists and ministers who are part of @actnow_africa.