Thoughts of a Worker
The final release of Ronald Mkizas weekly series. Thoughts of a Worker is a chill Nostradamus esque approach to songwriting, where Mkiza prophecies about how his life will be. The philosophical song is produced by 4sls who will make an appearance in Mkizas later work.
Not for Me
This is one of the newest releases courtesy of Ronald Mkiza, and if you liked this artist’s last work, it’s guaranteed you’ll love this single. A character trait that defines Mr. Mkiza is his desire for ownership, this desire has manifested a relentless spirit that does not wish to comply to a regular 9-5 life. Told through some knocking drums, Mkiza pledges to be his own.
The third single from Ronald Mkizas weekly single. A vulnerable opus about lost love. Mkiza dives into the causes of his own flaws and acknowledges his place as a repeating instrument to the tone his kin set.
My Way is the 2nd single from Ronald Mkizas Weekly release. In this single Mkiza finds himself questioning his own motive in an aggressive manner. "Relax and take notes, how the f*** can I be woke? When I'm sleeping on my dreams and satisfied with hope?" as he raps pondering upon this new idea about being aware of what is happening around you but not to yourself.
Look Up is the first single from Ronald Mkiza’s weekly song series. An uplifting message about persistence through hard times. The production is handled by established producer DJ Pain 1 who has credit working with Ludacris, Jeezy and Lil Baby and plenty more. The soulful hook is sung by Tina G and serves as a reminder to keep your head up!
Photography: Ariel Achiza
Medani Entertaintment presents the official Lyric Video of Ronald Mkizas uplifting single Look Up. the first single from Ronald Mkiza’s weekly song series. An uplifting message about persistence through hard times.