Ascertain with exactness, kindle yourself with enthusiasm...Tsholohelo is hope, to have hope is to expect and to expect is to have faith. From the lands of Southern Africa, sharing boarders with South Africa is a country called Botswana. Now with a calm and premeditated voice singing softly is Wada Mapiki performing this item written by Karabo Telekelo and Letsogo Motsokono. At the end of the tunnel there is light...Our eyes are gleaming with HOPE and hope is pounding with our hearts. When we fail we keep trying until there is HOPE. Left in the Sun we drag ourselves to the shade.
Crying the whole night I do not sleep thinking about the next day. For the mother that abandoned me, dumped me so I would starve to death...So I would die of cold...So I would never make it, HOPE is to expect and have FAITH that God will answer us someday. I am a destitute I am an orphan, I cleanse myself from destitution and desolation, and I free my soul from despair. Urging all the parents alike, lets come together as one and take part, for amongst the caring and compassionate we are not lost and misplaced. Believers and all advocates, save us with prayers!!! All things come to those who wait, exquisite graciousness of manner.
Jason Cheiron from the Netherlands featuring Wada Mapiki from Botswana give you a compassion perfectly angelic, a constant stream of rhythmic percussions and more rhythmical torrent of fluent remixes from SUJO (Sunn Keys & Baffa Jones), Antonello Coghe & Rancido, Sunkiss, Sunsaints and the VOS Brothers.