Sjava On The Part He Played In Helping People To Unite With Their Fathers. Award winning musician Sjava released a song Baba which became a hit that wasn’t only good to an hear but motivated positive action.
UBaba is the second single from Sjava’s debut album Isina Muva. The single consist of strong powerful lyrics where the Before star expresses how much he misses his late father and how he wishes he was around to see what he has achieved. He states how disappointing it is that he was a failure in his father’s eyes when he passed.
Joining in to complete the songs as the hit that is it is was Saudi who also shares his parts on a fatherly related issue. The song motivated a number of people to iron out their relationships with their fathers. Sjava couldn’t be more prouder at what he, Saudi and Ruff managed to create.
“Alot of people tell me they have reunited with their fathers because of this song
Thank you for listening to what we saying on these songs . This shows its more than just lyrics. What’s your testimony on this song? Thank you to @Ruff_atm @Saudi_rsa,” wrote Sjava.
After Listening To This Song A Few Times I Actually Went Out And Looked For My Dad Unfortunately Azange Ngam'thola But I Love Him Regardless
SAM MANDLA HLOPHE is his name
LOVE YOU DAD noma ngingakaze ngakubona
— Sibusiso (@sbuda3087) September 26, 2020
These lyrics really touched me, thats why i decided to have the lyrics tatood on my arm as dedication to my late father ❤️ pic.twitter.com/RyRrCphVbe
— Siphamandla Mthembu (@ScimaSa) September 28, 2020
Wangenza ngaziqhenya ukuba owaka Ntlangulela he died when I was 2 years old in 1992 and I don't even have a picture of him he was 19 when he died ngangimzonda but izinto ozisho kulengoma zangenza ngaziqhenya ngokuba indodana kaBaba wami
— 🇿🇦👌Indoda YoMzulu Engenawo Amatekisi🇿🇦😔 (@TEEVEEBENDO) September 26, 2020
This song actually thought me to forgive,I forgive him love him and bless him for giving me life,Unfortunately we can never B father and https://t.co/XTN6Hz8D6V I thank him regardless
— Bra G (@DaRealShepprd) September 26, 2020
Owami wa hamba emhlabeni ngisa hlanganisa impilo yam😢😢
— 👑Tshepy👑 (@Tee_Pee2) September 26, 2020
My father passed away when I was 8 years, so this song brought me closer to him and it is very special to me.
Uyaphilisa kakhulu umculo wakho 🙏🏿
— Mpume_Fohla (@mpume_fohla) September 26, 2020
I've once convinced my girlfriend to find her father and make peace with him even though he never played part in her upbringing because I saw that she needs him more so our relationship would grow and guess what they've made peace and closer then before.
— Msacras😁 (@Misacras) September 26, 2020
mina mine ran away when was at grade 11 it dd affect me cos I ended up failing dat same yr ….ddnt understand why but after listening to BaBA I had closure even if some1 answers I ddnt get em .
— LUCKY (@Lucky_Papoose) September 26, 2020
I appreciate yu Sjava, my dad passed away 2011 in a car accident.iyandithuthuzela langoma mfe2♥️…. like yo!Indlalifa it’s like yur energy,Saudi nuff respect
— Tboz#1 (@tboz_1) September 28, 2020
When I was young my dad wabona I talent lo kubhaka enza sure funa ngimbhakele amahliphihliph ehlezi e coma now that m old ngyamkhumbula I started my baking business last year manje sengine ndawo engsebenzela kuyona konke kuhamba kahle but I miss him everyday I hope yaziqhenyangam
— sthembile (@sthegasa) September 26, 2020
There is power in that song 💪👌😍life giving song❤️💯
— chriSTOP (@stop_chri) September 26, 2020