South African amapiano artiste Luu Nineleven unleashes “Siyofel’etshwaleni ,” a song for which he tapped the vocal resources of his pal Sir Trill.
“Siyofel’etshwaleni” streams of Luu Nineleven’s debut album “Umculo Wama Nothi,” a compilation in which the songster claims to have invested his all, spirit and soul. He bod might be in earnest, after all, for that body of work bears several potent numbers.
One of such numbers is the Sir Trill-assisted “Siyofel’etshwaleni.” This song bears a theme the songster has treated in past numbers, but it is obvious it doesn’t get boring here.
Luu Nineleven is still his old engaging self, taking the listener in a world of fierce sonic energy. For those not conversant with the songster and his works, “Siyofel’etshwaleni” might serve as a fine introduction and will cement the faith of the listener in what next he offers. Wouldn’t you rather take a break with this song?
Well, what do you think of “Siyofel’etshwaleni” and how would you rate it on a scale of zero to ten? Do you think Luu Nineleven and Sir Trill nailed this number? We invite you to stream the song below and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.