Ndlovu Youth Choir doesn’t believe in stasis. This much it makes apparent in a new body of work titled “Rise.”
The message of upward movement is finely amplified by the cover art of the album, which shows the band mates in various stages of levitation.”Rise” premiered today 11 December on Apple music and other digital platforms.
This 12-song compilation plays for exactly thirt-nine minutes. The album is unapologetically low on guest, with only Berita, Karen Zoid, AD De Villiers and Kaunda Ntunja co-opted on it.
Ndlovu Youth Choir Rise Album Tracklist
|1||We Will Rise||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:47|
|2||Blinding Lights||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:22|
|3||Shallow||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:24|
|4||Respect||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:05|
|5||Hold On||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:29|
|6||Homeless||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:20|
|7||Ungandibulali||Ndlovu Youth Choir & Berita||4:19|
|8||Higher and Higher||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:02|
|9||Jerusalema||Ndlovu Youth Choir||3:31|
|10||THE FLAME (feat. Ndlovu Youth Choir)||Karen Zoid & AB de Villiers||3:50|
|11||Shosholoza (feat. Kaunda Ntunja)||Ndlovu Youth Choir||2:26|
|12||National Anthem||Ndlovu Youth Choir||1:47|
Ndlovu Youth Choir brings a message for all in its latest project, and we recommend you check it out.
With Ndlovu Youth Choir or not, we “Rise.” This body of work is worth a place on the playlist of anyone who disdains stasis and desires growth – a fine acceleration to a plce in the sun.
Coming at a time when the world is almost floored by the coronavirus pandemic, one can only smile declaim to compatriots and anyone else who would listen: “Rise”!
How would you rate “Rise” by Ndlovu Youth Choir, though? You might want to stream the album below and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.
Ndlovu Youth Choir
- Genre: Pop
- Release Date: 2020-12-11
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: ZAF
- Track Count: 12