Mzansi rapper, iFani, released a new single, titled 'Mlandeli Wam' and fans couldn't get enough of it. They want more, including his new album.
Mzansi muso, iFani debuted his new single titled ‘Mlandeli Wam’ ahead of his album release.
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, the single is not as upbeat as his past hit singles but proves to be equally sensational.
In the track, the rapper recites an apology to the lover her wronged saying he regretted not appreciating their presence until it was too late. The song appeals to a number of fans, which makes it an easy listen.
This is the third single that iFani dropped this year. He released Mokibelo featuring Papzito before Mlandeli Wami.
The two artists then went on to release a music video showcasing the beauty of culture. But that was not all, iFani promised to deliver more.
The rapper is currently working on a new album, ‘I Believes In Me [3rd Quadrant]’ and Mlandeli Wam is the lead single.
“Currently mixing a new song. I’d love to drop it before I go to isdudla sam on Thurs, If I go to isdudla sam first, then I’ll be busy until Monday. Either way, new song Under Construction,” said iFani.
iFani's tweet gathered quite the response with 1k likes, 164 retweets and more than 50 comments. Most shared the excitement at the news saying they couldn't wait for the rest of his album.
Here are a few comments from iFani's tweet:
Meanwhile, about three months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi rapper, iFani, was interviewed by Mo Flava on Metro FM earlier this week, where he opened up about everything in his life, from fame, music, freedom and even his near-death experience.
iFani revealed how fame took up most of his life and he never got to live and enjoy his youth because he was obliged to attend gig after gig.
The rapper also mentioned that he went through a spiritual journey comprising of two rituals, the first included drinking a potion where you die and come back to tell a story.
iFani shared what occurred during his hours of death.
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