New albums to put different spin on holidays

This week we highlight some of the recently dropped and upcoming albums to top the airwaves this festive season.

Popularly known as Tate Buti, the veteran musician is gearing up for a new album titled ‘Waterpas’, which he says is ready to hit the market.

Although he refuses to dwell on the date of the release, the artist anticipates the project to be one for the books.

Tate Buti is the hitmaker of songs such as ‘Abnormal’, ‘Kala Pwame’ and ‘Happy Day’.

Award-winning musician Top Cheri recently released a full-track album titled ‘Mother’.

The album consists of 15 tracks and features musicians such as Man­xebe, Skrypt, Phatboy Lutor, Tate Buti and Sesfikile.

The offering is currently available on digital platforms.

Meanwhile, Mr Mushe Musomi, popularly known as DJ Vuyo, is set to release his sixth festive season album today.

DJ Vuyo hails from Makanga and Lizauli in the Zambezi region and became popular after dropping his second album.

The new album is titled ‘Namibia to the World’ demonstrating his love for locally made music.

After being quiet for some time, rapper Jericho Gawanab in August said he would be introducing his seventh album, but the project is still to come.

Sensitising music lovers’ ears before the year ends, Ms Gideon dropped a sizzling music video for her single ‘For My Girls’ last week.

Artist Gazza dropped a single, titled ‘Checka’, in September.

Expanding his wings, DJ Kboz recently produced a gospel amapiano song, featuring Prophet Uebert Angel.

Just when we thought Young T has gone quiet, he dropped an album, titled ‘Rest, Reset and Restart’.

The album was released on 31 October and is being promoted on all social media platforms.

Although the projects have now hit the shelves, not many artists have hosted album launches yet.

Keep your eyes glued to social media platforms for new releases.

– unWrap.online

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