This video is about the making of InDuna's EP coming out 29 Jan 2021




Afro-Kiwi self-taught artist and producer InDuna (in-Doo-nah) takes flavours straight from
his homeland and incorporates them into his Afropop infused soul sound. Inspired by the likes
of Brenda Fassie and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, InDuna expresses himself and his
experiences of growing up in a third world society through his music.

Born in South Africa, he had a rough childhood spending much of his early years growing up
in the slums of Johannesburg and Limpopo. After moving into an orphanage at the age of
eight, he was given the opportunity at fourteen to move to New Zealand.

InDuna started his music journey when he fell in love with music for the first time after hearing
Brenda Fassie’s Nomakanjani. “It felt like love at first sight, but with music.” However, he only
took an interest in producing his own music after high school. For the most part, music
production has been an effective therapy for him to vent his emotions and to help cope with
his past and present experiences. “The reason I started doing music was because I needed a
way to handle my emotions and regular therapy wasn’t doing it for me.”

InDuna produces a range of genres including Hip-hop, R&B and Pop. As a kid being exposed
to different genres of music and being part of a choir, he has been able to incorporate his
experiences into any genre that he works in. His roots also allow him to blend his vocals and
sounds from Africa to bring a unique vibe and narrative to his music and capture the essence
of him as an artist.

InDuna’s single “Save Me” off his self-produced EP “Dreams of an Underdog” has racked up
58,000 views across YouTube and Facebook. His most recent release, “Smooth Criminal” has
reached 78,000 views. Alongside his own musical endeavours, he also writes and produces
for other artists.

InDuna has performed at Newtown Festival 2020, Sofa Wellington and Going Local 2019
along with other smaller gigs. He was to play at CubaDupa and the Auckland International
Cultural Festival in 2020, but was unable to do so because of Covid19.

During lockdown, InDuna has been able to finish his second EP due to be released soon. He
will also be releasing some other music and performing later in 2020.



This is the File for Black Man Running.
all photos, bio, and media resources.




Newtown fest 2020


going globe 2019

Afro Latin Vibes 2020


January 2020


This is my CV

  • YouTube
  • Facebook
  • Instagram

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