- The Scorpion Kings, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small, have dropped their new album this Friday
- The project, titled Rumble In The Jungle, features the likes of Tresor, Beatenberg, Tyler ICU and Mas Musiq
- The Amapiano producers fans have taken to social media to share their favourite songs from the dope 14-track album
DJ Maphorisa and Kabza De Small have dropped their new album titled Rumble In The Jungle this Friday, 9 April. The Scorpion Kings worked with singer Tresor on the project.
Maphorisa and Kabza are known in Mzansi for their dope and unique Amapiano production style and judging from the comments, they also did not disappoint on this new project.
Phori took to Twitter on Friday morning to let their stans know the album has been released officially on all official digital streaming platforms. He wrote:
"We online. Scorpion Kings x Tresor."
Amapiano music lovers took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the project. Check out some of their comments below:
"The album is fire."
"I resign as God... @DjMaphorisa please take over."
"The production on this project is too much, y’all are the best. Shout-out to @KabzaDeSmall_ @tresorofficial @DjMaphorisa."
"Hit after hit, you guys are the best. #ScorpionKings"
"Very hot album."
"ANGELINA IS A HIT. IT'S GONNA CAUSE SOME CHAOS!!"
"For some reason I'm touched by this album. I'm on 'Malaika' now."
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.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!