On this new album, we are met with the facets that make Senzo Vilakazi, otherwise renowned to the world as Kwesta, the man he is today: a father, husband, friend and a god guluva.
Kwesta drops god guluva: What you can expect
The Katlehong star is on his fourth album campaign and on this offering, Kwesta delves into new spaces. The 15-track project sees the 33-year-old link up on wax with South Africa’s heavyweights, careful not to reel each of them too far away from their respective comfort zones.
For example, on Kubo, Kwesta meets K.O on a classical Kwaito heatseeker, one that perfectly fits both artists’ aesthetic. On Ma Se Kind, he ropes in the witty tongue twisters Kid X is renowned for on a smashing instrumental that promises to be a mainstay on radio charts.
Kwesta carefully traverses towards Amapiano on Hamba Nawe featuring Thabsie but keeps true to his ethos with themes touching on his perspective of love.
Other notable features include TLT, YangaChief, Focalistic, Bassie, Makwa, Troublle, Zingah and Umzulu Phaqa.
Where to download Kwesta god guluva album
The album dropped on Friday 30 April and can be downloaded for free on every digital streaming platform. You can also listen to the full project right here:
Mzansi reacts to Kwesta’s fourth album
Early indicators suggest that this could be the rapper’s next platinum-selling album. Here are some reactions we picked out on social media:
The way @MrCashtime delivered his verse on 'Kubo' is amazing and reminded me why he is 'Papa Action 3.0' "Wathinta abafaz, wathintiMbokodo kodwa wena mawuthintabethu abafaz uthintivolovolo" #GodGuluva pic.twitter.com/j9pdR1waM6— Mbulazi KaDingiswayo (@KingMbulazi) April 30, 2021
#GodGuluva solid project Kubo— Tsakane Mathebula (@tsakane911) April 30, 2021
Ma se kind
Snakes in the crib