NOMISUPA NOMISUPA was born in 1985, in a Soweto that was ablaze with the hope of freedom. The third daughter to a school teacher and a journalist, both her parents were active in politics. Her
mother, Belede, was inspiring black youths in Soweto high schools to never loose hope in the
promise of freedom while her journalist father wrote articles that not only exposed the atrocities
of the apartheid regime, but also sought to inspire a despondent black populous to believe in
themselves and their power. Both NOMISUPA NOMISUPA’s parents were Pan-Africanists,
listening to NOMISUPA NOMISUPA’s lyrics, it is clear her upbringing was loaded with Azanian ideas.

Close Your Eyes - Nomisupasta



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