- Sun-EL Musician has dropped his new album consisting of a whopping 31 tracks
- Sun-EL Musician worked with the likes of Simmy, Ami Faku and Kwesta, among others, on the project title To The World & Beyond
- Sun-EL's fans have taken to Twitter to praise him for releasing a dope album
Sun-EL Musician has dropped his new album titled To The World & Beyond. The project consists of a whopping 31 songs. The star used the Covid-19 pandemic to his advantage it seems. He used his time in lockdown to produce beats and record the songs with the many Mzansi artists he worked with on his new body of work.
Sun-EL features artists such as Simmy, Ami Faku, Kwesta, Msaki, Niniola and Black Motion, among others, in the new project released at midnight on Friday, 4 December. The star took to his social media platforms and wrote:
"Happy New Year!!!! To The World & Beyond is finally out."
Mzansi social media users have showed love to Sun-EL's new album. They have taken to Twitter to praise the Sonini hitmaker for dropping a dope album. Check out some of their comments below:
"Sun-EL keeps on serving us more than we deserve."
"Sun-EL deserves to be respected. Yho! No misses, just bangers!!!"
"The man with the vision beyond anything you can imagine. Sun-EL Musician nation we have been served."
"He never disappoints."
"HIT AFTER HIT!!"
"Now I can call it a Friday. Thanks @sunelmusicianza for a soul healer, 2020 BEST ALBUM."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG is over the moon after his smash hit Jerusalema was chosen by rap mogul Jay-Z as one of his favourite songs of 2020. The US rapper added Jerusalema to his Tidal playlist of Top 40 tracks.
The excited Master KG took to Twitter to share the good news with his followers. The South African DJ has won multiple awards for the world-renowned song but he didn't expect to recognised by the Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker. The Mzansi DJ wrote:
"Jay-Z added Jerusalema on his playlist, amazing!!!"
Jerusalema kept the world dancing amid the stricter levels of the Covid-19 lockdown and helped many many people dance the coronavirus blues away. The track was played in all corners of the globe. It was even certified double platinum in Italy.
Other popular songs which made it to Jay-Z's playlist include, Beyoncé's Black Parade, Burna Boy's Onyeka (Baby), Snowchild by The Weeknd, Drake and Lil Durk's Laugh Now Cry Later and Savage Remix by Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé.
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Source: Briefly News