- Mlindo The Vocalist has made this day historic after dropping his new album called Lindokuhle
- The album with nine tracks follows the release of his most talked-about album, Emakhaya, in 2018.
- Fans of the musician have taken to social media to praise Mlindo for the amazing tracks on the album
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South African musician Mlindo The Vocalist has released a new album titled Lindokuhle.
The vocalist with a golden voice took to Twitter today to announce the release of his nine-track album. Mlindo has included notable Mzansi musicians on this album. He features Sjava on track number one, Luselude, and Ami Faku on track number four, Lotto.
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Mlindo's last body of work, Emakhaya, was released in 2018. It included hit songs such as Macala, Imoto, and Lengoma. Fans of the Macala hitmaker had reacted positively to the album.
Mlindo's fans have taken to social media to praise the new album Lindokuhle, with some comparing it to his previous release.
"Sjava and Mlindo actually owe us a joint album…❤️❤️"
"One thing you can’t take away from Mlindo is the talent he has. I wonder where all of this has been hidden mara yey!! The album is on it’s way to a platinum plague S/O to you my king and all the best @MlindoRSA"
"I stan Mlindo for sticking to his sound even after his former boss Madumane /Maphorisa wanted him to switch to amapiano, his music is timeless and classical. #Mlindo"
@_DJMosh also said:
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"Please man this is a banger I think Mlindo has a no skip album here. Madumane was gliding here #Lindokuhle "
"Mlindo the vocalist always understands the assignment I’m sorry "
"Trust Mlindo to take you to places you didn't even wanna go to #Lindokuhle @MlindoRSA"
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Briefly News previously reported that many people have forgotten about Mzansi hip-hop as the addictive Amapiano music genre has grown in popularity, but the genre's heavyweights have produced a ton of hits in the last 10 years.
The genre has given birth to many great musicians who have dominated the music scene, not only in South Africa, but around the world. This includes Kwesta, who collaborated with American rapper Rick Ross on the song I Came I Saw, as well as Cassper and AKA, whose music has been recognised by the Black Entertainment Television Awards (BET).
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Source: Briefly News