The Vigilants Release Their Debut EP Titled Inqola

Rising South African duo, The Vigilants releases their first EP titled “Inqola” with the leading single “Ondaba”. This is seven-track EP is their first taste and introduction to the industry. “We created our first EP based on the life experiences we faced throughout our journey and the challenges that we happened to come across,” The Vigilants explain, “and we also studied the entire industry and realized that everyone is making Amapiano sound, so we decided to come up with something unique and fresh, and that’s how this fire EP came”.

Listen to “Inqola” EP here:

The aim of their lead single, “Ondaba,” is said to not only inspire people who are in love but for people who are working together to keep unity regardless of the situations or shades that may be thrown at them and for them to remember the effort they have put in before they even think of giving up.

The Vigilants produce a versatile sound ranging from Amapiano, Afropop, Soul, and Afrobeat to tribal music; on this EP, they focused on the tribal music and Amapiano genres. They have now released visuals for “SBWL” and “Imali “now live on YouTube. The duo is ready to take centre stage with their latest offering while delivering new music to their fanbase and attracting new fans, both in the public and industry alike.


1.     SBWL

2.     Sonke Sphumelele

3.     Imali

4.     Lusekhona

5.     Izitha

6.     Ekhaya

7.     Isingqazu

The Vigilants are a producer and vocalist duo comprised of Mzameleni Sangweni (known as King-Vee SA) and Nkanyiso Ntshangase (known as Mbloodbeats Rsa). The duo come from a small town called Nongoma in KZN. The duo moved to Durban to pursue their music dreams but ended up moving to Johannesburg. The Vigilants produce a versatile sound ranging from Amapiano, Afropop, Soul, and Afrobeat to tribal music.

Connect with The Vigilants:

Facebook: @The Vigilants

Twitter: @the_vigilantsza

Instagram: @TheVigilants_SA

Tiktok: @the_vigilantsza

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