South African hip-hop superstar Kwesta has officially released 'g.o.d Guluva', his first album in five years. It features Reason, Focalistic, KiD X, Yanga Chief, Thabsie and more and sees the rapper experiment with amapiano in a few songs.
Kwesta has finally dropped his new album g.o.d Guluva an homage to growing in the township. The album drops two days after the award-winning rapper teased music fans with a full tracklist and album cover. Kwesta has come back hard with this 15-track album on which he has enlisted the likes of Reason, KiD X, Yanga Chief, Zingah. K.O and more.
Normally, ngilele this time, but vandag, ngivukile. G.O.D GULUVA ifikile. Stream now https://t.co/RuQor5wNQH… https://t.co/B7KBU2820p— #godguluva (@#godguluva)1619736657.0
The album, true to form, is an amalgamation of rap, kwaito and amapiano. Tracks to look out for are "The Bottom" and "Ma Se Kind" featuring Reason and KiDX, a slow number with beats that are reminiscent of vintage kwaito songs. The EDM-inspired "Snakes in the Crib" is a further testament to the album's experimental spirit. Kwesta gives an honourable mention to kwaito legends such as Trompies and M'Du, among other heroes and dons of the genre that he grew up listening to and have influenced his artistry.