Mzansi’s singer, Simphiwe Dana, took to social media to pay tribute to the late spiritual leader, Credo Mutwa, and mentioned that most of her artwork was inspired by him.
Simphiwe Dana communicated on social media her reaction to the passing of Credo Mutwa, expressing that the 98-year-old spiritual leader was her inspiration.
She narrated that this follows as the songstress prepares to emancipate her fifth studio album, Bamako, which was initially planned to be released on Friday, 27 March 2020. Although, due to the coronavirus outbreak, the release may be delayed.
The star has currently released two singles from the album, namely, Usikhonzile and Uzokhala. Usikhonzile was the first single, released on Friday, 7 February 2020, marking a five-year hiatus from the musician.
This is what the status had to say:
Credo Mutwa, my muse, has passed. If you look closely at most of my artwork you’ll see his influence. Robala kakhotso. Moratuwa wangu Siyabulela ngawe.