She enters the music scene grounded with a solid background in arts.
A gifted, humble, and ingenious muso with the perfect sound to match.
Multi-talented singer Amanda Nokuthula Nkosi, known by the stage name Ntunja is ready to bare her soul through music.
Imali is Ntunja’s debut single.
“It’s a song about daily issues where you borrow someone money hoping to get it back on a certain day/month but they never give it back to you and all you get is excuses and it ends up causing unwanted conflict,” she says.
She wrote the song to caution people about the dangers of loving money more than valuing self worth.
“Money has caused problems amongst families, friends, colleagues and it has broken many relationships, this song addresses such issues.”
Born in the East of Johannesburg , she describes her sound as “traditional folk.”
The name Ntunja means fortress in isiXhosa and she believes she is “a creative not susceptible to outside influence or forces, aking her a fortress.”
Ntunja has worked with the likes of legendary Mahotela Queens, Bra Hugh Masekela, Sipho “hotstix” Mabuse, Cassper Nyovest and many others.