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Rina: The Dutch-Zimbabwean who is a goddess in her own right


Rina Mushonga

09/04/2017 00:00:00
by Wonderland Magazine
 
Rina Mushonga
 
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RINA Mushonga further cements herself as a symbol of female empowerment with new track – “AtalantA”.

Named after a Greek mythological figure known for her running and hunting abilities, the latest track celebrates female strength and shows us that Mushonga is a goddess in her own right.

All hail Mushonga! After having her first release “The Wild, The Wilderness” gain a huge fanbase and critical acclaim in the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg), this boundary-breaking songstress is ready for more action.

Remixed by CUT_ and recorded in South London, “AtalantA” has been influenced by Rina’s residency in Peckham – a hub of diversity and energy that has served as creative drip feed for the singer.

The latest release also takes influence from Mushonga’s Dutch-Zimbabwe roots. It’s an explosion of cultural appreciation and is one not to be missed. Take a listen.



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