Just when we thought the blaze and flames sweeping all over the industry couldn’t get anymore fierce and fiery, the uber-talented acts jump on a number that should put emergency services on full alert.
In recent time, we have seen Villager SA commission such doped-out episodes including “Most Wanted,” “Colony,” ““Lust For Destruction EP,” “King Of Afro,” “Monate Mpolaye” as well as “Stone & Bones feat. Toshi – Amahloni (Villager SA Afro Drum Soul Remix).”
King Salama on his part has been flying the flag of his niche steadily as well with such doped-out tunes as “Rosinah II,” “Ditorong Tsaka II,” “O dho Tse Sola,” which featured Rackzen, Kabelo and Makimbeni, as well as “Kea Nyaka Go Tsena Kereke,” alongside production duo, Trademark.
Only thing is “Kea Dhowa Le NgwanaWaka” comes through as the best of both worlds with the amazing melody as well as the glittering production to match a terrific musical bliss that streams right into the depths of the heart and soul.
However, you definitely need to prepare for the groove, grind and jolly as well as the delivery of some sick and slick moves to match.
Looks like we got an early weekend gift off the stash and stables of Villager SA and King Salama in “Kea Dhowa Le NgwanaWaka” and you definitely do not want to pass on the feast and fest.
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