Superstar Slate Nation Writes History On Global Stage

By Our Reporter 

Australian-based Ngot Peter Mou Athuai aka Slate Nation put up an impressive performance at the Rema rave and roses Australian tour in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday and left revelers begging for more bake from his talent.
He represented his continent and country proudly when he wowed his audience with his good craft masterpieces of songs like Juba juice, and Nyanbim among others. The singer then teased his yet to be released new single Kalamat Ta Juba left the crowd begging he drops it as soon as he can.
Slate was one of the guest performers and he surely made an impression on the thousands of revelers that turned up. The event was organized and hosted by Prince entertainment events founded by international DJ Friday and Gly concept.
Slate Nation is a South Sudanese-born Australia-based musician, artist, and songwriter. Slate Nation began his music career in 2007 as a choir member in Don Bosco Missionary School Tonj.
In 2010, Slate Nation formed a music group called T.E.C Hiroz recording their first song “Come Back Home” which he dedicated to all the Sudanese people who left the country during the Civil War to return. He made his breakthrough with his song “Juba Juice in 2015.
Slate Nation began his music career in 2007 as a choir member in Don Bosco Missionary School Tonj. In 2010, Slate Nation formed a music group called T.E.C Hiroz recording their first song “Come Back Home” which he dedicated to all the Sudanese people who left the country during the Civil War to return. He made his breakthrough with his song “Juba Juice in 2015.
 In April 2016 Slate Nation did his first International collaboration with Ugandan dancehall artiste Pallaso on the song ‘Binia Giafa’ Slate Nation is a prominent artiste in South Sudan and continues to rise the ranks.

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