Jub Jub is back in the music industry and his followers are loving it! The singer whose real name is Molemo Maarohanye released his hit single Ndikhokhele in 2006 and the song became a national anthem.
After years of dropping the single, Jub Jub has gone back to the studio and served us with a remake of the song. But this time around he wasn’t alone, the TV present pulled some of the biggest names in Mzansi’s music industry.
He worked with members of South Africa’s biggest gospel choir – Joyous Celebration and featured Nathi, Rebecca Malope, Benjamin Dube, Mlindo the vocalist, Tkinzy, Judith Sephuma, Blaq Diamond, and Lebo Sekgobela.
The song has been dominating music streaming charts. Taking it to Instagram Mr Amaswidi amaningi announced that the Ndikhokhele remake music video has hit one million views on YouTube. It took the video just a week reach this big number, WOW! “It’s all about the 1’s by God’s grace and all of your support. We thank you,” he wrote.
Halala! And good thing is the singer said he was giving all the proceeds from the song to families of his car crash victims. Speaking during a press conference he said: “I will never, no matter what, be able to erase (what happened) or try and buy a family…it can’t happen, but I’m living with these scars every single day.”
The “Uyajola99” star explained that due to parole conditions, he has never had any form of communication with the families since that fateful day.