“Intombi YakwaZulu” is one song in which we’re well pleased. The reason for this should be apparent presently.
The song is part of the South African amapiano singer LuuNineleven’s debut album “Umculo Wama Nothi,” which premiered yesterday 5 March. It also happens to be an easy favourite in the compilation.
“Intombi YakwaZulu,” a song for which the lead artiste tapped the vocal resources of Msheke, Jobe London and Killer Kau, is potent enough to make a fan of one who has just encountered Luu Nineleven.
Whether by design or accident, it is clear the artistes who collaborated on this song have musical synergy. Their flow is something to be embraced. Seamless. Poetic…. Something you wanna experience over and over again. Not bad.
Well, if you care for a musical r3elease this weekend and beyond, you may want to look in the direction of what Luu Nineleven and his pals have composed.
Well, what do you think of “Intombi YakwaZulu” by Luu Nineleven, Msheke, Jobe London and Killer Kau and how would you rate the song on a scale of zero to ten? You may want to check out the song below and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.