Distruction Boyz slam Gqom vs Amapiano comparison: 'It isn't fair'

Distruction Boyz slam Gqom vs Amapiano comparison: 'It isn't fair'

- Distruction Boyz is calling on fans to stop comparing Gqom and Amapiano with each other

- They also hope the comparison between different artists will stop

- According to the duo, it's not fair to compare the genres because they are so different

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The music duo, Destruction Boyz, wants music fans to stop making comparisons between music and artists.

They advised putting a halt on pitting Mzansi's different music genres against each other, according to TimesLIVE.

Destruction Boyz recently dropped a new single, Sinenkani, with which they hope to breathe new life into Gqom, and they feel that comparing the genre to Amapiano is unnecessary.

Instead, they want people to appreciate every genre for its own uniqueness.

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Briefly.co.za gathered that the duo said they listen to different kinds of music and feel all of them are valuable in their own way.

"Personally, we listen to all kinds of music. We listen to Afro-soul, Afro-pop, house and almost everything in between ... so why would we ignore Amapiano? The constant comparison really isn't necessary because the two genres are very different so, in fact, it isn't a fair comparison."

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Furthermore, the group says there's just no place for comparison and want people to enjoy music as a whole.

"Music will always stand up for itself. When people love it and if they relate to it, it will be popular because the people make the hit songs. As artists we create great music, but it is the audience that determines if that song is a hit. There's no space for useless comparisons; just listen to the music!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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