Fans Eagerly Welcome the New Track as Chana Delves into Amapiano
South African Motswako rapper, Khulane Morule, popularly known as Khuli Chana, has once again made waves in the music scene with the release of his latest single, “Khuliyano.” The track was officially launched on October 13, 2023, and has since garnered significant attention from fans and music enthusiasts alike.
Khuli Chana’s venture into the Amapiano genre has been a topic of discussion for some time now. Earlier in 2021, he released “Buyile,” a track that saw him tapping into the Amapiano scene. Produced by Amapiano artist Tyler ICU and featuring Lady Du and Stino Le Thwenny, “Buyile” marked Chana’s return to the music scene after a two-year hiatus. The single was well-received, indicating the rapper’s successful transition into the Amapiano genre.
The anticipation for “Khuliyano” was palpable, with fans eagerly waiting for its release. The buzz around the song was further amplified by various discussions on social media platforms, with many commenting on Chana’s appearance and his outspoken nature. Some fans even humorously pointed out his “Phuza Face,” a term used in South African slang to describe someone who looks older than their age due to excessive drinking.
However, amidst the jests and discussions, one thing is clear: Khuli Chana’s music continues to resonate with many. His ability to adapt and explore new genres while maintaining his unique sound is commendable. The rapper’s decision to delve into Amapiano, one of South Africa’s most popular music genres, showcases his versatility and willingness to evolve with the times.
As the music community continues to buzz about “Khuliyano,” many are eager to see what Khuli Chana has in store next. With his consistent track record of delivering hit songs and his recent foray into Amapiano, the future looks bright for this South African music icon.