“Muntu Uyaphenika,” which treats the panic following the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, drops just in time. The song might ignite the letters of hope in some people amid the scare of the times.
Translated to English from the Zulu, “Muntu Uyaphenika” loosely means “people are panicking,” which indeed they are, thanks to the unrelenting snarl of the coronavirus pandemic.
But there is hope and people should try not to follow the path of panic. Nothing is to be gained by panicking.
The song has robust amapiano notes. But its appeal transcends the genre. It’s a song for the season and just about any lover of good music – and a good message – will appreciate it.
The song gains much from Nokwazi’s fierce vocals. On the whole, it is a song to embrace, so we have no qualms asking y’all to check it out. Best believe you’re going to enjoy your encounter with this song.
How would you rate the song, though? We invite you to stream it below and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section. Way to go!