Que Drops New Single 'Night Vision' Featuring Karyendasoul & Nana Atta
Que, one half of the Distruction Boyz, has released a new gqom single 'Night Vision' ahead of his much-anticipated EP release.
Que, who is better known as the one half of the multi-award winning Gqom duo Distruction Boyz, has dropped his first single titled "Night Vision" featuring Karyendasoul and Nana Atta. The single comes ahead of his highly-anticipated solo debut EP We Don't Make the Same Gqom. The glom artist recently shared the news of his latest track via social media.
Night Vision ft @i_nana_atta @karyendasoul @MampintshaNuz is out now please make sure you get it and don’t forget t… https://t.co/O2BqN7byQO— GQOM (@GQOM)1602831113.0
"Night Vision" has the signature hard beats and bass that gqom is popular for in addition to infectious vocals. The single is sure to have loyal fans of the genre salivating for more.
Thobani "Que" Mgobhozi is one half of the Distruction Boyz which took the South African music scene by storm back in 2018. The Durban duo made gqom popular in Johannesburg and started a wave of the new genre that didn't quite fit in with the roots of the established house scene. Que, along with teammate Zipho "Goldmax" Methembu, is considered one of the pioneers of the genre alongside gqom queen Babes Wodumo. With amapiano gaining even more popularity, one would have admittedly assumed that gqom is dead (or dying) but Que has been working on killer mixes which have been played in London and other European club scenes.
According to JournalistDJ, Distruction Boyz members Que and Goldmax are both dropping solo projects although it is not yet clear if they will ever release music as a duo again.
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