“Malwedhe” new collapsing song from South Africa – King Monada MP3

King Monada, a new South African song called “Malwedhe”, is a new hit track and collapsing dance steps like one suffering from meningitis. Though it is moving viral across all the African countries.

Malwedhe (which vaguely translates as collapse) explains how breakup can bring out internal sickness, which will result to collapsing.

The song actually has a deep meaning for anyone who could understand the language or get the translation. King Monada said that if someone tried to break his heart, he would only bring back a distant disease.

Though the lyric will give more light.
Makwela Makwela Monada!!!
Nna rena le malwedhe (I have a sickness)
Geo okhe Jola lenna, (if you are dating me)
Okhe raloke kago Nhlala (Don’t play with breaking up with me)
Nna rena le malwedhe (I have a sickness)
Wa nhlala odho tsosa Malwedhe ale khole (if you break up with me, you will bring up hidden sickness from far)
Kena Le Bolwedhe bja go idibala (I have a sickness of collapsing)
Wa nhlala kea idibala (if you break up with me, I collapse)

Despite the meaning of the song. Many South African and some parts of African continent have given the song another useful meaning.

The video below compiled up what some people think the song is all about.

Download it here

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