- Scorpion Kings have dropped the official artwork and tracklist for their new album
- Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa worked with the likes of Tresor, Beatenberg, Mas Musiq and Tyler ICU on the 14-track album
- Kabza shared that the project titled Rumble In The Jungle will drop next Friday, 9 April
DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small have dropped the official artwork and tracklist for their new album Rumble In The Jungle.
Kabza took to Instagram to share the artwork and the tracklist for the album that the Scorpion Kings will officially drop on Friday, 9 April. The Amapiano producer captioned his post:
"The official artwork + tracklist for our new album SCORPION KINGS X TRESOR - Rumble In The Jungle! OUT next week Friday 9 April???? @djmaphorisa x @Tresorofficial."
The highly-anticipated album consists of tracks such as Stimela, Funu, Folasade, Soro, Neriya and Dust in the Wind. The Scorpion Kings feature artists such as Beatenberg, Tyler ICU, and Mas Musiq on the 14-track album.
Maphorisa and Kabza's excited fans took to Kabza's comment section to react to his post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Danko jents, we have been waiting."
"I can't wait."
"Let's do this."
"Drop it now already."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Usher is a huge fan of Amapiano. The US superstar took to Instagram on Sunday, 28 March and posted a video of himself dancing to Kabza De Small's hit Sponono.
Kabza features DJ Maphorisa, Wizkid, Cassper Nyovest and Burna Boy on the hot tune. Phori took to Twitter on Monday, 29 March to share the clip of Usher getting down to the South African song. Madumane captioned his post:
"I saw Amapiano going big in dreams. I felt it, Sauta its our time, ereng voice ya Madumane ko IG ya Usher mara he."
Cassper Nyovest also took to Usher's comment section on Instagram and said:
"Danko!!!!!! South African music to the world!!!!"
Mzansi social media users also took to Phori's comment section and shared their thoughts on Usher's video. A fan @iamtainment wrote:
"Madumane ke star obvious ene Sponono ke hit."
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