Sam Deep’s “Isgubhu,” which features Njelic and Aymos, is a high-energy piece that pays tribute to the vivacious and contagious nature of Amapiano music.
“Isgubhu,” which literally translates to “song” in Zulu, is a tribute to the way this music style inspires happiness and dance.
At the outset, the song’s infectious rhythm and memorable melody compel listeners to get up and move.
Njelic and Aymos bring personality and fire to their rhymes, making for a more interesting and exciting listen.
The success of “Isgubhu” demonstrates the artist’s dedication to maintaining the Amapiano tradition and providing music that would appeal to the genre’s audience.
It’s a notable contribution to the South African music landscape thanks to its catchy hooks and upbeat rhythm.
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