- Genre: Afro House
- Release Date: 2020-07-31
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: ZAF
- Track Count: 1
- ℗ 2020 South Africa – Sony Music Entertainment Africa (Pty) Ltd/ EL World Music
The song occupies the 8th spot in the imminent 14-track album slated for release 21 August 2020. That body of work has label boss, Sun-EL Musician, Kyle Duetsch, Sino Msolo and Mthunzi as guests. See full album tracklist below:
Mbabane Album Tracklist
|2||Come Back Home||S-Tone||5:19|
|4||Shine (feat. Sun-El Musician)||S-Tone||5:24|
|7||Nana (feat. MaTen10)||S-Tone||4:33|
|8||Imali Yami (feat. MaTen10)||S-Tone||4:49|
|10||Kulungile (feat. Kyle Duetsch)||S-Tone||4:04|
|11||Give Me Light (feat. Mthunzi)||S-Tone||4:41|
|13||Vroom Vroom (feat. Mthunzi)||S-Tone||4:19|
|14||Emadleleni (feat. Mthunzi & Sino Msolo)||S-Tone||4:42|
“Imali Yami” is an afro-house tune of extravagant lyrical charm – an easy choice if you are looking for splendid getaway tune with somewhere you truly care about. To listen to this song is to be tempted to repeat your listening session.
On the charm of this song along – deliberately released to promote the upcoming album – we can see many fans snapping the album on release. The song in review is supposedly a prelude to what is to come. That thing appears kinda charming, you know.
Listen to the song by the duo and you just might buy into our verdict. It is time to get S-Tone(d) on something grand. Snap the opportunity and thank us later.
Well, how would you rate “Imali Yami” by S-Tone Ft. MaTen10? You might wish to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below.