On g.o.d Guluva album, Kwesta stays in his lane of repping the hood; his township slang is sharp as ever and is seamlessly weaved into his polished raps.
The K1 God continues to incorporate current sounds into his music without sounding like a wave-rider—he ropes in like-minded rappers K.O and Kid X for his take on amapiano and its ancestor kwaito on “Kubo” and “Ma Se Kind”.
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Traces of Amapiano can also be found on “Hamba Nawe”, featuring the rapper’s musical twin, the singer Thabsie. “Hamba Nawe” is one of many songs (“Nthabiseng”; “Nobody”; “Daai Deng”) that touch on Kwesta’s experience of love, as a man who’s been married for a few years.
While most of g.o.d Guluva is light-hearted and a celebration of love, it’s impossible to divorce Kwesta from social commentary and self-introspection, which he delivers on “Fire in the Ghetto” and the album’s closer, “Who I Am”.
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