Han C’s Blood & Water Debut with TNS 


  • There are percentages and royalty splits for the featured artists


The much-anticipated first episode, Season 4 of hit South African crime drama, “Blood &Water,” streaming on Netflix features music of house DJ TNS, Musida and local artist Han C.

The opening scene of the latest season of Blood & Water, which premiered on 1st March 2024, plays the artist’s new song titled, “Piece of You,” taken from TNS’ newly released project styled “King of African House EP.”

“I was given an opportunity to feature on TNS’ album last year and the song was then selected to be used in the series,” an elated Han C told Time Out.

Han C’s cool experience

“Just this one song was selected to be used, and I hope more will be used in the future. It is such a cool experience to hear my voice on international platforms.”

The Afro House South African deejay and producer TNS’ new EP houses five tracks and features contributions from known hit makers.

Han C, who is the only featured Motswana artist on the EP, explained that the track is a love song where a man is trying to pursue his interest in a woman.

Asked how he gets paid from the feature, the “Mantswitswidi” hitmaker answered: “Unfortunately I cannot disclose that information but there are percentages I am getting and royalty splits.”

Blood & Water

Premiering in 2020, Blood & Water has three seasons under its belt already, with the fourth season currently showing.

The crime drama follows two sisters separated at birth when one sister is abducted by a human trafficking ring as a child. Her long lost sister, Puleng (Ama Qamata), transfers to an elite Cape Town boarding school when she gets a tip that her sister might be in attendance.

Many secrets

While investigating her sibling, Puleng uncovers many secrets that have been kept by her friends and family all these years. In season 3, Fikile (Khosi Ngema) must do whatever it takes to help track down Puleng when she gets kidnapped this time.

Local songbird Mpho Sebina’s song “Loves Light,” also made her Netflix debut in the first season of Blood & Water. She made a return to the South African series’ second season with her other hit song, “Dumelang.”