Slow Jack and Tatenda wekwaTenzi, Wolf at Night Review
Adrienne and Andrew McDermott have taken their passion for travel, art, fashion, music, and creations from all around the world and combined it with a socially and purpose-driven mission. The first is a purpose-driven clothing brand that gives away all profits to TheCup.org. The second is Various Roots, which mission is to produce socially conscious works of art created by artists from around the world to promote diversity and inclusion in mainstream (western) media. Their goal is to play a role in breaking stereotypes to fight bigotry and increase openness. Various Roots has produced a song titled “Wolf at Night” that features two South African vocalist, Shona and Afrikaans. The song also marks the first-time collaboration between Jayme Van Tonder, from the smash-hit South African band Slow Jack, and Shona songstress Tatenda wekwaTenzi. The two vocalists, both living in Cape Town, South Africa, were brought together to create this track by Various Roots, as a part of their Heritage of Queendom campaign promoting talented female artists from Southern Africa.
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Wolf at Night
Wolf at Night (single)
Release Date: September 10, 2019
The sounds of African Pop-Rock convey the soulful playing and singing through this well-written tune with a solid mission.