King Monada has done it again, y'all. This time, the Limpopo artist, who rose to fame after releasing his track Ska Bhora Moreki in 2016, is back with another hit.
Move over, Vosho, there's a new dance in Mzansi. We don't know about you, but we were very shocked after seeing videos of a new dance move all over the internet in the last couple of days. In the dance, people literally fall to the ground, and then get back up, only to fall again. Sounds a bit dangerous to us, hey.
The new craze is all thanks to King Monada's new song titled Malwedhe.
If you're wondering what the song is about, and why people are falling, here's a translation:
"I have an illness. When you date me, don't play about dumping me. I am susceptible / likely to faint. If you cheat, I will faint. If you don't give me money, I will faint. If you don't come home, I will faint. If you switch off your phone, I faint" ~King Monada(song translation)— Malavi Mapimele (@Malavi_Mapimele) November 9, 2018
The track has inspired the #MalwedheChallenge.
Before you try this at home, please make sure that your medical covers any injuries sustained as a result of this dance move.
Image credit: Instagram/kingmonadamusic