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Reggae Rhythms For Nkhatha

When asked how he prepares for a match, Kaizer Chiefs’ embattled front-man Kingston Nkhatha said, “Before each and every game, I listen to reggae music. This is the music that talks about the liberation and the emancipation of slaves. Every time I listen to it, I feel like I am free.

Maybe I should say most reggae artists, like the late Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, where freedom fighters. They used reggae music as a weapon to try and fight for freedom and equal rights. So every time I listen to reggae music, I feel like I am free. I feel motivated and free, and can do whatever I want to do. It encourages me to go out there on the field and do my thing.”

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