Anthony Felix, popularly known as Tkinzy, has released “Stranger of Braamfontein”, a song which shines light on how the foreign nationals are being treated in South Africa through the means of Xenophobia and racial injustice.
Inspired by Onyeka Nwelue’s crime novel The Strangers of Braamfontein, which narrates how the foreigners, mostly Nigerians, live in South Africa.
According to a statement announcing the song’s release, Nigeria played a major role in helping South Africa fight apartheid but in return South Africa is ill-treating Nigerians and other foreign nationals.
It is a loving tribute to the late and great South African reggae star Lucky Dube.
Regarded as one of the best growing talents coming out of the African continent, Tkinzy is a Nigerian musician known for his great vocals and versatility. He has worked with many artistes across Africa in the likes of Mlindo The Vocalist, Ntando Bangani, Robbie Malinga, and most recently with Emtee.
In 2020 Tkinzy featured in a movie produced by the Nigerian writer and film director Onyeka Nwenue, a film which was shot in Johannesburg, Lagos and Seoul. Much more is to be expected from Tkinzy so keep your eyes and ears on him!