Australian based South Sudanese singer Slate Nation is a rocking star as seen is his set of performances around the world.

Ngot Aldo Mou Athuai, commonly known by his stage name Slate Nation, started his musical career way back in 2007 as a choir member. Later on, he formed a group which brought him into the limelight with their first hit song, “Come Back Home” which rocked the airwaves of South Sudan back then as it was a favorite to many.

His musical journey has seen him do collabo with various international music artists across and outside Africa. His musical style is composed of mainly dancehall, folk music, afro and ragga. He joined a couple of African musicians in Australia and thrilled thousands of revelers at the African Music and Cultural Festival held at the Federation Square in Melbourne, Australia on December 8th, 2018 with his hit single, Juba Juice.

The South Sudanese star is set to perform set to perform to mostly African revelers in Perth on December 25th and in Sydney on December 29th.

Despite performances, his musical career has seen him a number of awards and nominations which include the Best Song of the Year, Best Male Artist of the Year, Best Collaboration of the Year, Dancehall Artist of the Year and Fans’ Favorite Artist among others. Among the songs constituting his album “Yiith” include Take Me Down, Nya Adai, Nyanbim, Piandu, Piir and Yitok among others.

The African Music and Cultural Festival is the largest annual festival in Australia showcasing an amazing array of vibrant music, dancing, diverse arts, cultural performances and authentic African food while celebrating diversity and harmony.

With his thrilling performances around the world while exciting thousands of fans, he is set to do a collabo with Davido and Run Town come next year according to sources close to him.