- Rapper Kwesta has released the official tracklist for his upcoming album g.o.d guluva
- The Ngud' hitmaker features other stars such as KO, Yanga Chief, Thabsie and Focalistic in the 15-track album
- The musician has already dropped two singles from the album called Fire In The Ghetto and Who I Am
Kwesta took to social media on Wednesday, 28 April to drop the track and feature list for his upcoming album, g.o.d guluva.
The 15-track project features the likes of Yanga Chief, Focalistic, KO, Reason and Thabsie, among others.
The album features fire tunes such as recently released singles Fire In The Ghetto and Who I Am and Snakes In The Crib, Thandazani and many others. He shared the tracklist on Instagram and captioned it:
"These are the artists and songs responsible for the greatness that is coming this Friday April 30th. #godguluva tracklist. @itsyangachief @tltamazing @only1makwa @mrcashtime @focalistic @reasonhd_ @kidxsa @thabsie_sa @zingah_lotj and @umzulu.phaqa."
The Ngud' hitmaker is known for releasing litty songs that keep Mzansi on the dance floor. Many of the star's fans shared that they cannot wait to listen to the album when he drops it on Friday, 30 April. Check out some of their comments below:
"Welcome back, sir."
"Can't wait grootman."
"#Whoiam is too much... This album will close the year, no cap."
"The 30th is really going to be a blessed day."
"I can’t wait to buy album on iTunes."
In related news, Briefly News reported recently that Kwesta took to social media recently to announce that he has dropped a new single Who I Am and to share the official release date for his upcoming album titled g.o.d guluva.
Who I Am is a second single from the new project the rapper said he will drop on 30 April. The Ngud' hitmaker dropped the first single Fire In The Ghetto featuring Troublle a few weeks ago.
Kwesta took to Instagram and dropped the link to Who I Am and the unique artwork to his new album. He also posted that he recently hosted a listening session to g.o.d guluva and thanked everyone who pulled through for the event. He shared a snap of himself at the session and captioned it:
"So I had a listening session. Thank you to everyone... I typed up a long a*s caption and I lost it somehow... Anyway #godguluva 30 April."
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