This is not a solo drop but one of the songs in Luu Nineleven’s debut album, “Umculo Wama Nothi.” The compilation featured several fine voices in South African music and is worthy of being called a first: It is a work of patent merit.
“Siya Saphaza” might be counted among the most interesting numbers in that body of work – a song that accentuates Luu Nineleven’s claims that he put his soul and spirit in the project.
Amapiano might be the adopted genre of the song, but the message should open the song to a much wider audience, beyond the sphere of amapiano. It’s anuber for anyone who apprecaites a good time or desires to have one without having to fear about boring breaks along the way. Does that sound like you. Welcome to Luu Nineleven’s orbit, then.
Are you into “Siya Saphaza” by Luu Nineleven, Sir Trill and Killer Kau? How would you rate the song, if you please? We invite you to check out the song below and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.