Black Motion – Moya Wa Taola Album
Afro House royals, Black Motion are set to dominate the season as they premiere their highly-anticipated album titled “Moya Wa Taola Album.”
This latest album continues their streak of stunning projects including their highly-successful 2016 “Ya Badimo” album. Others are “Talking To The Drums,” “Aquarian Drums” and “Fortune Teller.”
Regarded as two of Africa’s finest drummers, DJ Murder and Smol have simply made magic with their craft and artistry in the form of insane monster hit records.
Only thing is the fact that they promoted their latest work with the blockbuster single titled “Joy Joy” and which featured Brenden Praise.
This way, Black Motion makes the “Moya Wa Taola Album” a 12 track project of musical art with features of some of the industry’s finest voices.
Acts such as Hlapogadi a Phaahla, Morwangwato, Tabia, Nokwazi, Msaki, Xolim, Alie Keyz, MissP, Brenden Praise, Mafikizolo, Uhuru, Lady X, and Cacharel brought even more melody and musical definition to bare.
On the “”Moya Wa Taola Album” Black Motion managed the best of their abilities for a drum-savvy, enchanting, Afro House sensation that packs all of the tribal flavours of the Motherland.
It just doesn’t get any better than this and we’ve had the body of work on replay mode ever since with no intentions of letting go just yet.
Black Motion dominates the trends, charts, airwaves and social gigs at least for now and you cannot afford to pass on the party, feast and fest.
Simply grab a dose, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
1. Intro (feat. Hlapogadi a Phaahla & Morwangwato)
2. Prayer for Rain (feat. Tabia)
3. Andinayo (feat. Nokwazi)
4. I Rise (feat. Msaki)
5. Anyway (feat. Xolim & Alie-Keyz)
6. Little Blue Girl (feat. MissP) [Tribute to Nina Simone]
7. Joy Joy (feat. Brenden Praise)
8. Moya wa Taola
9. Tana (feat. Mafikizolo)
10. Richi Richi (feat. Uhuru & Lady X)
11. Donne (feat. Cacharel)
12. Machine Gun