Ke Rata Se A Mphang Sona. As the Amapiano continues to take over our airwaves, new music continues to roll right now is making huge waves on social media and has been received well by fans.
Tsebe Boy & Tebza ngwana, Ke Rata Se A Mphang Sona
The message on this song is simple yet complex. The song expresses how one can enjoy being in a relationship with a cheating partner and show no concern about the feelings of the other man. Do you believe that this reflects the true nature of relationships these days?
Listen to their new song below.
- Artist Name: Tsebe Boy and Tebza ngwana
- Featuring: nil
- Song Title: Ke Rata Se A Mphang Sona
- Album: nil
- Genre: Amapiano
- Release Date: August, 2019
- Sources: HipHopZa & Fakaza
Definition of Amapiano?
The music genre known as Amapiano is a genre of music which combines together elements of deep house and gqom with the jazzy, soulful sound of a piano. The genre, which is an upshoot from Afro House is fairly young, but has grown tremendously popular thanks thanks to artists like Tall Ass Tee and The Soul Dictators, Kabza De Small, Vigro Deep who are putting a new spin in the culture of South African music with the new sound they have created. This is the new wave in the house music scene.
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More about African Music – GQOM?
Gqom is a genre of electronic dance music that emerged in the early 2010s from Durban, South Africa. It developed out of South African house music, kwaito and Techno.
The word gqom – sometimes expressed as qgom, igqom, gqomu or variants thereof – derives from an onomatopoeic combination of click consonants in isiZulu and isiXhosa meaning a hitting drum.