- Kwesta officially released his album g.o.d guluva on Friday and his fans are loving it
- The rapper has been trending on social media since he dropped the 15-track album featuring some of Mzansi's finest artists
- Kwesta's fans have taken to Twitter to share their favourite bangers on the epic project using the hashtag #Kwesta
Kwesta dropped his highly-anticipated album g.o.d guluva on Friday, 30 April. The rapper has been trending high on Twitter since he released the project.
Kwesta's loyal fans have taken to the micro-blogging app to share their opinions on the dope album.
The Ngud' hitmaker dropped his last album DaKAR II in 2016 and has been dropping singles ever since. This album has been welcomed by his fans who have been eagerly waiting for their fave to drop his full body of work.
Using the hashtag #Kwesta, his stans took to the micro-blogging app to share their thoughts on the album and to also share their favourite tracks on the project. Check out some of their comments below:
"I already have my favourite #Kwesta jam from his new album Hamba Nawe."
"Today is #Kwesta day, headphones are not coming off."
"#Kwesta That's all I can say Ma Se Kind. S/O @KwestaDaKAR."
"What Kwesta did on this album can never be undone ...no cap salute."
"I'm loving what the K1 God has given us."
"On track three and I must say Dulas goes in."
"After three album spins 'Fire In the Ghetto' is my favourite for now. Also, Yanga Chief opened the album with some flair on 'Thandazani'."
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.
The Ngud' hitmaker is known for releasing litty songs that keeps 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.
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Source: Briefly News