Following her successful rebranding, rising Afro-fusion artists Noluntu J offered an Africa Day present to her fans as she dropped the visuals of the hit track Ndlunkulu, that celebrates African women.
Noluntu, 20, started singing in 2017 when she was in a duo with her friend Cripp N. To date, she has three singles under her belt namely AmaNdebele (2018), Ndiyoyika (2020) and Ndlunkulu which the official audio was released last year in October.
Ndlunkulu meaning The Queen, is a song that expresses the sassy, bold and fearless side of Noluntu J and also represents the ghetto hustlers from Zimbabwe. The video of Ndlunkulu is a first for Noluntu J, (real name Lissa Sibanda) and it was shot by Keaitse Films.
The video celebrates the power of women and being African stars artistes that include Kimoe (Dancer), Mzistoz Mfanafuthi, MC Troy, Rockie Doub, Skido Flex, to mention a few.
“The video is filled with scenes that tell the story of an African, mainly a woman who is a Queen and also included in the visuals is street hip hop vibes. Clad in an outfit designed by Bekezela Mlalazi aka Mama kaNicky that I call the Loziba reloaded, I seek to define an entire Queen…” she said.
Noluntu added, “I’m extremely excited and quite nervous since it’s my first musical video and through this debut project, my fans should expect more from me and brace themselves for fireworks because I’m coming bigger and better than before.”